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It's Still Looking a Lot Like Christmas in L.A.

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Windowpanes "frosted" with painted greetings, all-weather lights and trees bedecked with colorful baubles, Santa and his sleigh, trees awaiting adoption at lots, some stripped down carolers, and gift-wrapped buildings ("For me? You shouldn't have!") say rain be damned, it's Christmastime in Los Angeles. Here's a look at some recent images decking the halls of our LAist Featured Photos pool on Flickr.