Seeing the L.A. Marathon route was a little easier Friday night.
A 26-mile band of lights joined the city skyline tonight as the Los Angeles Marathon commemorated the race's 30th anniversary. The light installation includes 124 spotlights totaling more than 7.5 million lumens, which is equal to more than 29,000 light bulbs, a spokeswoman said.
So how did it look? Some reactions from social media"
Some gaps in marathon lights as seen from Hollywood Bowl Overlook. Can't tell if it's the angle or if some aren't on. pic.twitter.com/eibtKGNmDB— ChristopherHawthorne (@HawthorneLAT) March 14, 2015
This is about all I can see up in the griffith park mountains - marathon lights! pic.twitter.com/K9WPIYHmeH— Jonathan Chase (@jonathan_chase) March 14, 2015
The LA Marathon lights are quite cool. I can see at least ten, but hard to take phone pic pic.twitter.com/nWGMryWr53— spinnerpr/Deborah ¿ (@spinnerpr) March 14, 2015
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