It's a must for anyone visiting Los Angeles to have a photo at this street lamp installation located at the Wilshire Boulevard entrance of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA). Chris Burden's large-scale assemblage sculpture was built in 2008 and consists of 202 restored street lamps from the 1920s and 1930s that once lined the streets of Southern California, including Hollywood, Glendale, and Anaheim.
One cannot deny the allure of its ornate and refurbished clean finish, which makes for an ideal place to shoot your OOTDs. But if you're not booking a flight to LA anytime soon, we discovered where you can find a similar installation in the country. Thanks to Nicole Andersson, we found the local version of LACMA's famous street lamp sculpture, and it's only a few hours away from Manila!
That's right! Here's one more reason for you to visit San Fernando, La Union. The installation, which recently opened this March, can be found at the Thunderbird Resorts and Casinos Poro Point.
So, what are you waiting for? Time to plan that LU getaway, stat!