San Pedro and Palos Verdes, California

January 31, 2005: View from top of cliff at White Point Bluff Park in San Pedro. This view faces due West toward Palos Verdes
(above) January 31, 2005: View from top of cliff at White Point Bluff Park in San Pedro. This view faces due West toward Palos Verdes.

Videos I shot from the same location as above:

On Paseo Del Mar road (which has a dedicated, road-side bike path) in San Pedro. This photo faces South. During this bike expedition, a bike-mounted monopod/camera configuration was tested. The intent was to capture both the rider and the dynamic background scenery while the bike was in motion. Although the mini-DV cam was small and light, the monopod swayed too much during motion to justify further usage in this configuration.
(above) January 31, 2005: On Paseo Del Mar road (which has a dedicated, road-side bike path) in San Pedro. This photo faces South. During this bike expedition, a bike-mounted monopod/camera configuration was tested. The intent was to capture both the rider and the dynamic background scenery while the bike was in motion. Although the mini-DV cam was small and light, the monopod swayed too much during motion to justify further usage in this configuration.
Still from bike-cam video

(above) Still from bike-cam video

Another still from bike-cam video

(above) Another still from bike-cam video


Another view (facing South) from White Point Bluff Park in San Pedro. Lovely flowers, vines and other flora surround and decorate the building on the left -- which, believe it or not, is the restroom.
(above) 2005-01-16: Another view (facing South; 18 mm wide-angle) from White Point Bluff Park in San Pedro. Lovely flowers, vines and other flora surround and decorate the building on the left which, believe it or not, is the restroom. Catalina Island is visible on the right, above fence.
2005-01-31: Close-up (55 mm) of flowers near restroom building

(above) 2005-01-31: Close-up (55 mm) of flowers near restroom building.
2005-01-31: A 55 mm sunset, looking (roughly) south from White Point Bluff Park. Catalina Island is on the far left. Can you see the aircraft contrail?

(above) 2005-01-31: A 55 mm sunset, looking (roughly) south from White Point Bluff Park. Catalina Island is on the far left. Can you see the aircraft contrail?

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