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Wednesday, July 23, 2014

A view of Good Friday from the top of Lincoln Heights

Photo by Artree Maharajh

Artree Maharajh took the above shot of the city sprawl and downtown skyline from the grassy hills above Lincoln High school in a part of Lincoln Heights known as Happy Valley. “Beautiful day today on Good Friday,” said  Maharajh . “Went up to the top up a side trail and had to take a few shots.”   Artree also stitched some photos together  to create the panorama below (click to enlarge).

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4 comments

  1. Stephen Sarinana-Lampson

    Thanks for sharing these two wonderful vistas high above our community. It’s even more spectacular on a clear summer night. Unfortunately you’ve now exposed what was a wonderful secret make-out location for generations of Lincoln High students back in the day! :)

  2. We saw them taking the shots. We were down on Broadway and saw people moving around out there and the flashes from the camera going off. Happy Easter!

  3. this photo is in the community of rose hills not lincon hights! i have lived down the street from this area for over 30 years and it was ALLWAYS nown at rose hills not lincon hights.

  4. So, so tired of this person or people pointing out what is and isn’t Rose Hills……..get over it.

    It’s Flat Tops to the locals of Lincoln Heights, El Sereno, Rose Hills etc……………..

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