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Our sister site, Londonist.com, has alerted us to the news that a British company has moved one step closer to creating a flying car. If we got our hands on an airtaxi, we'd spend most of our days hovering over the (hopefully) deserted freeway interchanges down below.

Until that day arrives, we'll have to content ourselves with peeping at aeriel photos of the classic clover-leaf on Mark Furqueron's "Los Angeles Freeway Interchanges" website, a section of Furqueron's larger "My Highway Page."

We'd never realized that the I-710 southbound at CA-60 (Long Beach at the Pomona Freeway) possessed such concrete symmetry or that the loops of Interchange of the Harbor (CA 110/I-110) and Santa Monica (I-10) Freeways south of downtown (pictured above) Los Angeles could be so pleasing to the eye.