Description: Many daytime pans of Los Angeles valley from the Griffith Observatory, some CU shots of architecture of Observatory; DX MS two office buildings, then pan backf or WS of downtown LA, then zoom back to CU of same buildings; DX same shot of buildings as before, CU of another building, then back and forth again, WS of hazy LA from Hollywood Hills; DX slow pan from Hills of entire LA valley, hazy day, boy with leg on fence looks over LA valley from observatory; DX CU of downtown LA, then pan back to WS of same, repeats various zoom in and out shots of downtown LA; DX CU white mansion in Hollywood Hills, then zoom out for WS of LA again; DX MS of Capitol Records Bldg, then (guess what?...) zoom out for WS of LA again, then zoom in to MS of Cineramadome; DX zoom out from Cineramadome to WS of LA, long pan of LA valley in a MS, MS from the Hills pans up a major street; DX same road disappears into the horizon, zoom into CU of lines in architecture (looks mexican to me); DX MS of tourist at the observatory overlooking the grand spectacle that is the LA valley; DX MS of LA skyscraper thru a hazy morning, then zoom back to WS of LA valley, repeat the same shot over and over; DX CU of same architecture as before, it turns out it is the Griffith Observatory, slow pans of design in the rock; DX MS from above of elegant white mansion in the Hills, then (sigh) zoom out to WS of LA valley, zoom back in to mansion; DX above angle of young couple walking dog along the dusty walking path below the Griffith Observatory; DX zoom out from couple to WS of heavily wooded surrounding woods, then up to WS of the damn LA valley again; DX more CU pans of the Observatory architecture, then down to shot of walkway with telescope partially hidden; DX more pans of architecture, then WS of valley again, LS of snow covered mtns (almost an orange tint); DX long pan of LA valley, same zooms and pans as the whole tape so far;
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