photo by Steve Hymon/Metro
Good afternoon, Source Readers. I hope everyone had a nice holiday weekend.
We’ll be posting very lightly this week while I catch up on some other work and prepare for the new year.
As for the above photo, it shows a fairly wide swath of Los Angeles County, the area served by Metro. I shot it at sunset on Christmas Day from an overlook on the Angeles Crest Highway, a few miles up the road from La Canada-Flintridge. That’s downtown L.A. in the foreground, then the Palos Verdes Peninsula and then Catalina Island. That’s a view of more than 50 miles — not bad for Southern California.
Categories: Inside Metro
I really love that photo, Steve!
Thank you Darrell!
A good example of just happening to be in the right place at the right time 🙂
Happy New Years,
Hi Steve! I see you are re-charging for the New Year by appreciating another crystal-clear LA Day. Many happy blogs to you!
Many happy blogs to you, too, and Happy New Year!
Editor, The Source
Steve, great photo – looking forward to a great Metro year for transit!
I’m looking forward to the new year too. All sorts of fascinating transit-related items to cover, staff report nuggets to mine, etc. Yoikes and away!