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Super Cool: Downtown LA in 3D Photos

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Photo by Abby Wilcox for Live Fast/used with permission
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Hopefully you saved those 3D glasses from the last big megaplex blockbuster movie you saw, because you'll want to grab them to check out this cool set of photos taken by Abby Wilcox for Live Fast that let you see Downtown LA in a whole different way.

Wilcox explains that she had been in a DTLA highrise on the 29th floor, and grabbed some photos she made anaglyph as an experiment. "I love the overall effect this treatment has on a city landscape, which makes it just a bit more psychedelic and edgy," she writes.

We've got one of the shots here, but you can see a few more over at Live Fast.