For an optimal experience, please upgrade your browser .
Search
 
 
Hollywood Sign Tourists

Hollywood Sign Tourists

FILE - In this July 13, 2011 file photo, a Hollywood sport utility vehicle limo backs up into parking cones as traffic comes to a stop on the hills overlooking the Hollywood sign in Los Angeles. A flier calling for the Hollywood sign to be torn down is a joke, but residents in the hillside neighborhoods below the landmark say the frustration they feel over growing crowds of tourists is very real. Signs have gone up in the upscale areas of Beachwood Canyon and Hollywoodland, some warning of a tourist-free zone. Residents say they are bothered by the traffic but are most concerned about safety issues because the curving, narrow roads were not designed for so many cars and pedestrians. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes, File)
52091508
false
4cfc88ca-ee4d-4009-b193-542968552b81
RM
347
1630,58280,60332,60509,60512,60508,316,178,1520,1587,292
false
42-52091508
Stock Photo ID:
42-52091508
Date Photographed:
July 13, 2011
Model Released:
No Release
Property Released:
No Release
Photographer:
Credit:
© Damian Dovarganes/ /AP/Corbis
License Type:
Rights Managed (RM)
Category:
Collection:
Associated Press
Max File Size:
15 MB - 1801px × 3000px • 6.00in. × 10.00in @ 300 ppi
Restrictions:
  • Not available for use in a retail print or poster.
  • Not available for any use related to endorsing political candidates or causes.
  • Pre-approval required from content provider for commercial use in the United States.
  • Pre-approval from content provider required for use on websites, emails or applications lasting longer than 30 days.
  • Pre-approval required from content provider for use in photo-streaming and photo-centric mobile or tablet applications.
  • Not available to AP member newspapers and AP member broadcasters.
  • Available for license to or for use in the United States only. For multi-territory license please contact your Corbis Account Representative.

Image keywords

See a discrepancy with this image? Send image feedback

Your feedback was successfully submitted.

 

Have questions regarding this image?

Chat with a specialist now

Corbis Sites: