LAX from above on the way to an aerial shoot.

Here’s a view of LAX that you won’t normally see because it’s right over the airport.

This is the “Sepulveda transition,”  the path helicopters take in order to cross over from one side of LAX to the other while following Sepulveda Boulevard.  Planes take off toward the ocean, and while helicopters can cross the runway at that end, they have to be fly at around 50 feet above ground in order to do so.

 

LAX Aerial

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