The Los Angeles River, flowing nearly 48 miles from the San Fernando Valley to the Pacific Ocean at Long Beach, is one of the very few places in L.A., other than the ocean and our showers, where one can watch, get close to, and even get wet in, moving water. Once freeflowing and often bone dry, it is now mostly a large, mostly dry, flood control channel. Nonetheless, there is freeflowing water and there are several access points. It's a great, diverse place to explore and photograph.

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Sepulveda Dam

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L.A. River (after winter storm)

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Sepulveda Dam

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