If you've ever driven across Mulholland Dr. or even heard of the iconic road stretching across the Hollywood Hills, you know that the accompanying views of the city are almost unearthly in their grandeur. There's certainly something to be said of the mystery of this winding street which inspired the title of one of David Lynch's greatest works.
Whether you're going across at day or night, to be so within the city yet so removed from the action is a rare experience and to enjoy this almost voyeuristic view of one of the largest cities in the world is entirely inexplicable. It is one of the many things that make LA so unique as a city and what gives this desert it's subdued romanticism. There is nothing so exquisite as the midnight view of a sprawl extending into forever.