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Found in LA: Snow Capped Mountain Skyline

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Seeing such a dominant swath of white broadly blanketing the mountaintops behind our downtown skyline is rare, and LAist Featured Photos Pool contributor jslander teases in this photo's title: "L.A. or Denver?"

Our wild winter weather brought more than the usual amount of snow, and at low levels, to our local mountains, making our cityscapes a little more dynamic. This view is from a hilltop in the Ladera Heights area.

Photo by jslander via the LAist Featured Photos Pool