This weekend I decided to go for a hike at the Runyon Canyon trail in the Hollywood Hills. My friend Aric and his dog, Nanook, decided to join me.
I brought my Nikon D90 on the hike and snapped a few decent photos, two of which I have included below. The photos were shot freehand on manual mode and were not cropped in Photoshop. My main goal was to get HD footage of a few things, which I will be sharing shortly. I can’t let the cat out of the bag yet. 🙂
In reference to Runyon Canyon itself, according to Wikipedia, “Runyon Canyon Park is a 160-acre (0.65 km2) park in Los Angeles, California, at the eastern end of the Santa Monica Mountains, managed by the Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks. The two southern entrances to the park are located at the north ends of Vista Street and Fuller Avenue in Hollywood. The northern entrance is off the 7300 block of Mulholland Drive. A fire road that is closed to public motor vehicle access runs roughly through the center of the park between the northern and southern entrances along Runyon Canyon itself, and there are numerous smaller hiking trails throughout the park. The highest point in the park at an elevation of 1,320 ft (402 m) is known as Indian Rock. Because of its proximity to residential areas of Hollywood and the Hollywood Hills, celebrity sightings are not uncommon. The park is also noted for having a fairly liberal dog policy, with dogs allowed off-leash in 90 of the park’s 160 acres.“
Enjoy the photos and be on the lookout for my videos, which will be coming soon.
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