Almost every winter here in L.A., there's some snow. In most instances it is little more than a dusting. The last week of February 2015, was the exception to the rule. In this neighborhood the snow started around 9:45 a.m. Tuesday morning and continued through about 4:30 p.m. leaving six to eight inches, depending on where you were. That's ideal shooting conditions for yours truly since my preferred snow pictures come from during the storm, not after. One of the advantages of "during the storm" shooting is diminished traffic. You just about have the good places to yourself, many of which one can shoot from the truck since you are not blocking traffic. See 30 L.A. snow pictures in this gallery. See the stories that go with the pictures on the Photo of the Week page at Corndancer dot-com and our Weekly Grist blog.