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On a cloudy day, with 30% prediction of rain, visibility was good enough to capture a few views of the Long Beach and harbor area from atop Signal Hill.

I had hoped to shoot the Los Angeles skyline too, but to the north visibility was much more restrictive.

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Any questions, contact:  colbb06@gmail.com
Date(s): 12/20/07. Album by BB Yarborough. Photos by ©2007 B.B. Yarborough. 1 - 7 of 7 Total. 2237 Visits.
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Wide angle view looking southward on the left side of image, to a view west toward San Pedro on the right.

Residences on Signal Hill are fairly new, mostly upscale to very posh.

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Looking directly to city of Long Beach.  Background shows many of the forest of heavy cranes in the Harbor.  Shadow of Santa Catalina Island can be seen across the image.

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Slightly closer view of the city with harbor cranes in background.  White dome about 1/3 from left is old home of Howard Hugh's "Spruce Goose."

The Queen Mary can be partly seen (note orange smoke stack) in the center of the photo.

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View just east of downtown area shows high rise condos along Ocean Ave.

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Closer view looking toward Ocean Ave. shows one high rise, with ships anchored just out of the harbor waiting their turn to unload.  On the horizon are 3 off shore drilling rigs.

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Another City of Long Beach view with harbor cranes and shadow outline of Santa Catalina.

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Wider view of Long Beach, shot angle a bit more westerly on right side.

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