Stoney Point in late afternoon


old-santa-susanna-pass-rd.jpgStoney Point is a outcropping of rock found in the far northwestern corner of the Los Angeles city limits, in the community of Chatsworth. The boulder mound, mentioned in San Fernando Valley annals of the 19th century, is a favorite rock climbing spot. These images are from just before sunset on Saturday. LA Observed photos.


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