A Tale Of Two LA Marathon Perspectives: Up High & Down Low

Proof that I can be two places at once, I bring you two perspectives of yesterday’s Los Angeles Marathon. This first is my obligatory timelapse of the thundering herd at the race’s seventh mile on Sunset Boulevard in Silver Lake, as seen weirdly from a low-res cam literally duct-taped to the eyepiece of a 20X spotting scope:

Next I captured the street-level perspective of the event having gone down  to cheer my neighbor Dean on who was running the race in support of and to raise awareness for the Wounded Warrior Project. When I got down there with my wife Susan I found another neighbor Ralph had brought his drum (and a killer St. Patty’s Day-green dye job to his goatee), so Susan went back and got my drum and together we banged on them as the parade of participants pranced past:

4 Replies to “A Tale Of Two LA Marathon Perspectives: Up High & Down Low”

  1. I noticed a guy taking floor pics/video, but I don’t remember where exactly. It was a long race, but at least most of us moved faster than the LACMA Rock…

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