For the last forty years, photographer Gary Leonard has been capturing, chronicling and defining Los Angeles. His work boldly exposes the spirit of the people (Angelenos, if you will) and his home city. In L.A., he shot political figures, homeboys, Dodgers players, and (lucky for us) the legendary punk scene of the late ’70s. If you’re in the L.A. area, definitely visit Leonard’s gallery, Take My Picture. He also has two books: Take My Picture, and Make the Music Go Bang: The Early L.A. Punk Scene. Dig that photo of D. Boon.