Every time I explore the side streets and back roads of this country of ours I notice things that strike me as, well... odd; and not necessarily because they were intended that way. A lot of this obviously has to do with my own perception. After all, if you think something is odd it's because it doesn't conform to a certain preconception you have. I, for example, don't generally expect to see an iron gate barring the door to a windowless church--or is the gate there to keep the members in?
This was shot a few blocks away from LAX, hence the plane in the background. I still wonder whether this was a place for people who wanted to shop in the nude or for people who wanted to shop for nudes.
My suggestion for this week is that if you see something that triggers a similar reaction, such as amusement, puzzlement, or even disdain, photograph it. You're likely to get far better results in the long run than if you photograph something simply because it's "pretty," or a famous landmark, or worse yet, just there. It's only when you take the risk of expressing your true impressions of the word around you that you open yourself to the possibility of attracting people who are genuinely interested in what you want to say.