Rob Rovira follows another mountain biker down a trail overlooking parts of the San Fernando Valley in La Tuna Canyon on Sunday. The image was made with a GoPro, a small, sturdy camera designed to be worn or mounted and capture action from a first-person perspective, strapped to Rovira's chest.
The extremely wide 170-degree angle of the GoPro lens causes some distortion in the image, which can be seen in the curve of the horizon.
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