Director of Dracula and Freaks!.
The Music Box is a music theater along Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood and Vine.
About the only decent picture I got of the Capitol Records building (the one with the needle spire).
Paramount Pictures studio
KTLA studios, one of the largest TV stations in LA.
Another of the Capitol Records and Taft buildings.
Yeah, we did one of those touristy doubledecker bus tours. Not a bad way to see LA/Hollywood/BH.
The El Capitan is across the street from the Kodak Theatre and Gruman's Chinese Theater.
Judy Garland. I know the quality is poor, but there were like 10k people down there.
There is a road that goes closer to the sign, but this is as close as we got.
Unless you use a better zoom lens. (300 mm on 35 mm).
Pfff, I never saw any Kings fans down there.
Supposedly, this hotel is haunted.
Another of KTLA.
Heading to downtown LA.
The Walt Disney Concert Hall. Of course I didn't have my eide angle lens on my camera at the time.
Along the Olvera Street Market.
Mexican wrestler masks.
LA City Hall, with the sister cities of LA distance signs in front.
Can't remember what section of LA this was, but it reminded us of downtown Detroit, with the older art deco buildings.
I liked this neon.
Where the Kings/Lakers/Clippers play
Heading back to Hollywood.
One of the famous Beverly Hills city limits signs.
Pink's world famous hot dogs. THe line was long, but they do make a good hot dog (well, mine was a 12" Jalapeno dog, with pastrami, bacon, tomatoes, and lettuce.)