New Flea Market Card on Zazzle

Flea Market cards feature photographs from The Shotwell Collection by Andrew Schmidt taken at a variety of flea markets and swap meets throughout California.

Blank card added today – 3 sizes available: Greeting Card (5×7), Note Card (4×5.6) and Big Greeting Card (8.5×11)


Local Shot Spots – Old LA Zoo

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Old LA Zoo
Old LA Zoo
Old LA Zoo
Old LA Zoo

The Griffith Park Zoo in Griffith Park, Los Angeles, CA, opened in 1912 with 15 animals. The LA Daily News called the zoo an “inadequate, ugly, poorly designed and under-financed collection of beat-up cages.” It was closed in 1966 and the animals were moved to the new zoo several miles away. Rather than being torn down, it was simply abandoned and quickly decayed into modern “ruins”. Some of the “rock” animal enclosures are now the backdrop for a picnic area. You can hike up into the hills to find other enclosures and buildings. Map




Local Shot Spots – Point Fermin Lighthouse

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Point Fermin Lighthouse
Point Fermin Lighthouse

This graceful Stick Style Victorian building in San Pedro, CA, is surrounded by colorful flower gardens. Designed by Paul J. Pelz, a draftsman for the US Lighthouse Board, it is one to the oldest lighthouses on the west coast. It was built in 1874 with lumber from California redwoods and served as an aid to safe passage between the Channel Islands and into the harbor for nearly one hundred years. The land for the lighthouse was donated by Jose Diego Sepulveda. Website




Local Shot Spots – Westfield Horton Plaza

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Westfield Horton Plaza
Westfield Horton Plaza
Westfield Horton Plaza

Westfield Horton Plaza is an outdoor, five-level mall, located on six and a half city blocks, next to the Historic Gaslamp Quarter in the center of San Diego. It features some of the most unique architecture you will ever see in a shopping center. Horton Plaza jump-started the Gaslamp renaissance when it opened in August 1985. It was designed by Jon Jerde, named for the founder of San Diego Alonzo Horton and was developed by the Hahn Company.