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Dodger Stadium is located in an area that was known as Chevez Ravine before the stadium was built in 1962. Close to downtown, but unfortunatley not close enough to walk because parking is $15 per car!

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  1. cesoaxl 77 months ago | reply

    perfect gereat picture

  2. kadoe69 76 months ago | reply

    La baby remember dat shit!!!!!

  3. andychilton 75 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Amazing Structures, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

  4. Isco72 72 months ago | reply


  5. Marckymarc 67 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Dodger Stadium - the first 50 years, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  6. METALLislayerCA 65 months ago | reply


  7. riffsyphon1024 63 months ago | reply

    You can really imagine the terrain before it became urbanized with the exposure of the ravine.

  8. SkylineShots.com 62 months ago | reply

    Simply amazing. Did you do this from a commerical plane?

  9. kla4067 62 months ago | reply

    Yes, from a commercial airliner. However, it was not on the normal approach to LAX. A turboprop from Reno followed Interstate 5 to downtown, then west to the airport. Best ride I ever had!

  10. John Nycz 60 months ago | reply

    That was def taken from the nose bleeds! Nice One. One time while flying over LA I decided to try to get some arial photos of the city. The flight attendant started asking me questions about what I was doing. I knew she was trained to ask questions about anything suspicious but of course I was only trying to get a nice shot of the city. The situation was defused when I explained to her I like to take photos, but I wanted to say, "There's something on the wing...some thing".

  11. kla4067 60 months ago | reply

    I got busted recently for taking pictures of Columbus, OH after being advised to "turn off all electronic devices". That's the only negative comment I ever got from a flight crew in the last 3 years.

  12. riffsyphon1024 60 months ago | reply

    I'm starting to wonder if places for allowable photography are becoming far and few now. Everywhere I go now, someone is telling me not to take pictures...

  13. IOWAPILOT 59 months ago | reply

    beautiful shot. love how big the stadium looks compared to downtown.

  14. themoonmachine 48 months ago | reply


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  15. Karol Franks 47 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called I Love LA, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    beautiful perspective!

  16. mlhradio 28 months ago | reply

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  17. marcjohn.de 17 months ago | reply

    Great Picture! Thank you!

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  18. bottleochili 11 months ago | reply

    Well, as old as I am, and being a fan of the Broklyn Dodgers, I can't look at this photo without thinking of the numbers of people who were displaced, often forcibly, from their homes under Right of Public Domain. Very sad times for so many. It wasn' just all terrain, it was hundreds of homes and families. Ron, I am so enjoying your photography, especially being the daughter of an airplane mechanic, builder and pilot who worked on the B 52's (if I recall correctly) at Lockheed in Burbank where I grew up. You've definitely got Dectol in your blood. Enjoying your commentaries and your humor, too.

  19. kla4067 11 months ago | reply

    Thank you very much for your comments. I too was born and raised in Burbank (Hollywood Way and Vedugo). My dad worked for Lockheed for a while too.

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