Thursday, May 26, 2011

How to be a true Angeleno

view of Downtown from Griffith Park

8. Don't ever say: "L.A. doesn't have any seasons." Our seasons just don't look like New England seasons. Instead, we have a season when the jacarandas bloom (right now) and a season when ash falls from the sky. We have a season of gloomy mornings (which isn't in winter) and a season of Technicolor sunsets. We have a season when Mt. Baldy is covered in snow — and a season when you can't see Mt. Baldy at all.

-- From "Some guidelines on how to be a true Angeleno" by Hector Tobar via the Los Angeles Times.

1 comment:

LPC said...

I've always said that the sensitive sorts love California's seasons.