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

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a story for one reason or another but are too good to simply fade into obscurity and languish in the archives, forever unpublished.

Chef Philip Pretty, of Heritage, talks about the food he just served to guests at a media dinner at the restaurant’s new urban farm and event space in Long Beach on Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2022. Photo by Thomas R. Cordova.

Birds flock to a fishing boat as it returns to docks inside the Long Beach port complex on Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2022. Photo by Brandon Richardson.

As the morning sun rises, a man walks down the sidewalk with his bike on Third Street in Downtown Long Beach on Friday Sept. 2, 2022. Photo by Thomas R. Cordova.

The Matson Kauai navigates the main channel as it departs the Port of Long Beach at sunset on Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2022. Photo by Brandon Richardson.

Caitlin Pieh and Matt Atkins sit within a yard art piece during a dinner at the Heritage Farm urban farm and event space in Long Beach on Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2022. Photo by Thomas R. Cordova.

The Matson Kauai navigates the main channel as it departs the Port of Long Beach at sunset Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2022. Photo by Brandon Richardson.

A handbag lies on the side of the road as a bicyclist rides past in Downtown Long Beach Thursday, September 1, 2022. Photo by Thomas R. Cordova.

A member of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department bomb squad checks out a suspicious device inside a trailer on a construction site on 25th Street at Long Beach Boulevard Monday, Sept. 26, 2022. Photo by Brandon Richardson.

A flock of pigeons hang out on traffic poles and power lines at Promenade and First Street in Downtown Long Beach Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2022. Photo by Brandon Richardson.

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