Check out AudioVision, KPCC's new blog of visual journalism

Kimberly Huber and her daughter Clarity, 4, view the transit of Venus on June 5 at Griffith Obervatory.
Kimberly Huber and her daughter Clarity, 4, view the transit of Venus on June 5 at Griffith Obervatory.
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Kimberly Huber and her daughter Clarity, 4, view the transit of Venus on June 5 at Griffith Obervatory.
Smokejumpers make their way towards a fire west of Thousand Oaks on May 2, 2013.
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Kimberly Huber and her daughter Clarity, 4, view the transit of Venus on June 5 at Griffith Obervatory.
Kids play with an R2 M5 at WonderCon 2013.
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Kimberly Huber and her daughter Clarity, 4, view the transit of Venus on June 5 at Griffith Obervatory.
Mary Caryl of Northridge participates in a pole dancing master class the International Pole Dancing Convention.
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Kimberly Huber and her daughter Clarity, 4, view the transit of Venus on June 5 at Griffith Obervatory.
Las Princesas Mayas accompany Banda El Salvador in Duarte, Calif. on December 30th, 2012.
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Kimberly Huber and her daughter Clarity, 4, view the transit of Venus on June 5 at Griffith Obervatory.
The space shuttle Endeavour leaves Los Angeles International Airport on its way to the California Science Center. The 12-mile journey will take two days.
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Kimberly Huber and her daughter Clarity, 4, view the transit of Venus on June 5 at Griffith Obervatory.
Dr. Gordon Wardell, beekeeper for Paramount Farms' almond farms in Lost Hills, Calif., pulls out a palate of rented honeybees. Paramount is the largest almond grower in the nation with 46,000 acres of almond trees across the San Joaquin Valley.
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Kimberly Huber and her daughter Clarity, 4, view the transit of Venus on June 5 at Griffith Obervatory.
The intersection of the 405 and 105 in Los Angeles.
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Kimberly Huber and her daughter Clarity, 4, view the transit of Venus on June 5 at Griffith Obervatory.
Milania and Beverly Halabi, center, begin a Zombie Walk along Lancaster Boulevard on Friday night.
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Kimberly Huber and her daughter Clarity, 4, view the transit of Venus on June 5 at Griffith Obervatory.
Friends of Frank Evans, who was shot in South Central earlier this year, attend his funeral on April 23rd, 2012.
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Kimberly Huber and her daughter Clarity, 4, view the transit of Venus on June 5 at Griffith Obervatory.
Protesters take up the front line of the May Day parade as it reaches 5th Street in Downtown Los Angeles on May 1, 2013.
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Kimberly Huber and her daughter Clarity, 4, view the transit of Venus on June 5 at Griffith Obervatory.
Adult film actress Celeste Star holds a prop gun to James Deen's head on the set of the film Saving Humanity at a studio in Chatsworth, Calif.
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Kimberly Huber and her daughter Clarity, 4, view the transit of Venus on June 5 at Griffith Obervatory.
Victor Sanchez and Karina Jara wait with their family before their wedding ceremony. The couple have been together for two years.
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Kimberly Huber and her daughter Clarity, 4, view the transit of Venus on June 5 at Griffith Obervatory.
Katy Sullivan, a competitor in the 2012 Paralympic Games, was born without her legs and is one of two women with prosthetics above the knee to compete in the international competition.
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As a loyal listener of KPCC, you know what public radio sounds like. Today, we are launching a new blog to give you an idea what public radio can look like.

This is something new: A blog of visual journalism from a radio station, which we call AudioVision.

The blog will showcase KPCC's brand of great visual storytelling. You can expect to find these things on AudioVision:

AudioVision is hosted by our visual team, Grant Slater, Mae Ryan and Maya Sugarman.

You can follow AudioVision on Twitter, Tumblr and Facebook for a steady stream of visual delight and extras that didn't make their way onto the site.

If you have Instagram, you can follow KPCC where we post only the best from behind the scenes, our daily photo coverage and where we share your photos, too.

We always want to see your images. If you take a picture with your phone and post it to Instagram, just tag it #KPCC and we'll find it.

For you serious photographers, we have a Flickr group where you can submit your beautiful images of Southern California. Please share them with us.

Check it out and let us know what you think, either in the comments below, on our Facebook page or by email.