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Friday, October 24, 2014

The twin moons of Debs Park explained

A pair of white orbs floating over the top of Debs Park in Montecito Heights attracted a lot of attention last night.  Photographer Martha Benedict took a shot of the two objects, which were lighting balloons being used to illuminate a film shoot near the pond at the top of the park, according to her post on the ASNC Alert.

Anthony Manzano of the LA-32 Neighborhood Council said the balloons and crew were there to shoot scenes for the “Parenthood” television series.  “Thank goodness for Hollywood, and this [wonderful] view as a gift for the [holidays],” he said in an email.

There will be more filming today. What should these temporary celestial bodies be called? Montecito & Hermon?

Photo by Martha Benedict



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5 comments

  1. Eyes in the dark.

  2. No, I’m pretty sure Mr. Manzano would say call them “Rose” and “Hill” (grin).

  3. lol..should have hit me up, i was on that set of ‘parenthood’

  4. I went to check it out around 5 in the afternoon on Friday; absolutely no sign of any filming :( – did they continue the filming later last night?

  5. What do you call the mouse shadow on the second moon?
    We call that one Muad’Dib.

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