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A panoramic view of Elysian Park with snow-capped mountains in the background

A Sunday morning view of the mountains as seen from Elysian Park. Thanks to Daniel Reza for the photo.

One of the perks of living in L.A. is that you can enjoy views of snow-capped mountains without having to clear snow from your driveway or put chains on your tires.

Thanks to readers who shared photos of our mountains in the wake of our most recent winter storm.

View of clouds and mountain snow from 2 Freeway

Snowy mountain tops are visible through a veil of rain as viewed from the 2 Freeway. Thanks to Stephanie Cash for the photo.

Snow covered mountains with palm tree in foreground

Palm trees and snow visible from the Silver Lake Reservoir. Thanks to Sandy Driscoll for the photo.

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