Description: ***ALL VARIOUS TIME LAPSE IMAGES: AIRPORT, PLANES LANDING & TAKING OFF, SUNSET, BOAT RIDE, CITY PED TRAFFIC, POV DRIVING, CLOUDS, ETC- T/L T/L T/L DX-High long shot down length of sandy beach where people play in waves; DX-Airport runway, various planes & jets land; DX-Cars pass on desert highway, planes take off from airport in BG; DX-Shot of just airport, planes take off while others move around terminals; DUSK-Nauseating ferris wheel ride at sunset near water, also shot at DX; DX-Repeat pattern of ice skaters on rink; DX-POV aft of cargo ship/boat leaving dock, passing thru harbor w/ other ships & city skyline visible, POV bow going to city; INT-People pass thru ticket turnstiles. DX-Pedes/cars/buses at busy city intersection (very crowded streets, sidewalks) var.; DX-Los Angeles highway (could pass for Nevada, Arizona, Utah, etc); DX-Yield intersection in Beverly Hills (sign visible, not prominent).LS down suburban street w/ Hollywood sign on hill (hazy); DX-Red, red sun setting (sunset) behind hill/horizon; DX-Huge (Grand?) canyon; DX-Field of wind generators; DX-Billowing white cloud mass; DX-Dead pine tree shaking in FG w/ light clouds above hills off in distance. Fairly vague clouds over hill; DX-Clouds over Southern California type city, distant Los Angeles skyline var; DX-Driving down western rural/country road w/ pines lining road & mountains looming on horizon. Driving thru small town; DX-Driving thru hilly/mountainous terrain, passing thru rest area type place, stopping at toll gate, driving up windy road; DX-Passing thru Los Angeles urban streets, onto highway (405N to 101E to 134E), chaotic montage of street shots; DX-Driving down desertish dirt road lined w/ telephone poles & wire fence; DX-Driving thru Hollywood (sign on hill) streets w/ palm trees visible. Driving thru city traffic, up palm-lined Rodeo Drive; DX-Driving thru Beverly Hills type avenues (probably Sunset), stop at parking meter ;
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