Just Above Sunset
February 6, 2005 - Super Sunday Gloom













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Last Sunday was a tour of faux French chateaus in Hollywood, and comments on famous folks who lived in those.  The morning was ridiculously fine – in the seventies, so clear you could see forever, with an impossibly blue sky.  The whole week was like that.  Then late last night the wind shifted and a thick marine layer rolled in off the cold Pacific – and there was drizzle at dawn.  All day the ceiling will be dark and low, with showers off and on.  February in Los Angeles looks like this –

 

Honeysuckle in bloom one block north of Hollywood Boulevard…

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And dark lavender tree in bloom just off Nichols Canyon in the Hollywood Hills…

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What else on Orange Avenue just down the street from here?

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This is moody, but I really hate pink….

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Look up!  This tree becomes a map of the Los Angeles freeway system!

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But this is Hollywood – and Sunday morning this Lamborghini, with a license plate on the back the reads LOUD V12, was parked on Sunset Boulevard in front of the Actor’s Studio where this is playing.

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