Extra Frames: The photos we didn’t publish in May

Extra Frames is a monthly compilation of images captured by Long Beach Post photographers that are, well, extra. The photos were not used in a story for one reason or another but are too good to simply fade into obscurity and languish in the archives, forever unpublished.

Doctor Amandeep Bhalla, left, and his father, Sarbpaul, center, operate on a spine at Long Beach Memorial Thursday, May 12, 2022. Photo by Brandon Richardson.

The city of Avalon on Catalina Island Wednesday, May 25, 2022. Photo by Brandon Richardson.

A fire breaks out at an apartment complex at the 2800 block of Artesia Blvd. in Long Beach Thursday, May 12, 2022. Photo by Thomas R. Cordova.

A snorkeler’s fins splash up water as they swim through the ocean at Casino Point Dive Park on Catalina Island Wednesday, May 25 2022. Photo by Brandon Richardson.

Juvenile jellyfish swim about as the Aquarium of the Pacific opens its latest exhibit, Babies, in Long Beach Thursday, May 26, 2022. Photo by Thomas R. Cordova.

A snorkeler wades into the ocean at Casino Point Dive Park on Catalina Island Wednesday, May 25 2022. Photo by Brandon Richardson.

Dolores Herrera, 53, stands in the doorway of her apartment that she shared with her son Gabriel Raymond Falcon, 32, who was killed while on his bike just after midnight in a crash with a vehicle on Anaheim Street in Long Beach Tuesday, May 24, 2022. Photo by Thomas R. Cordova.

A couple sits on Avalon’s South Beach on Catalina Island Wednesday, May 25, 2022. Photo by Brandon Richardson.

Windows light up the office of the Antioch Church in Long Beach Tuesday, May 10, 2022. Photo by Thomas R. Cordova.

A snorkeler struggles to get a fin on before wading into the waters off the Catalina Island coast Wednesday, May 25 2022. Photo by Brandon Richardson.

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