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Travel webcam Mount Hamilton, Evergreen, United States
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This webcam is currently assigned to Chickyb. It was originally added on September 07, 2009 and has been viewed 27,592 times since then. The current picture above was taken 26 minutes ago, thereby the webcam seems to be currently active. So far, it was added to their personal favorites on webcams.travel by 2 people.

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View towards San Jose

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Uitzicht richting San Jose

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Mark Sikes (4 years ago)
The location is correct, the name and description is WRONG. This is looking at south San Jose and Silicon Valley, hundreds of miles north of Los Angeles.

Further information about Evergreen

In botany, an evergreen plant is a plant that has leaves all year round. This contrasts with deciduous plants, which completely lose all their foliage for part of the year. Leaf persistence in evergreen plants may vary from only a few months (with new leaves constantly being grown and old ones shed), to several decades (over 30 years in Great Basin Bristlecone Pine "Pinus longaeva"). One additional special case exists in "Welwitschia", an African gymnosperm plant which produces only two leaves, which grow continuously throughout the plant's life but gradually wear away at the apex, giving about 20–40 years' persistence of leaf tissue. There are many different types of evergreens, both trees and shrubs, including most species of: conifers (e.g. white/scots/jack pine, red cedar, blue spruce), holly, hemlock, 'ancient' gymnosperms like cycads, rainforest trees and Eucalypts. Reasons for being evergreen or deciduous: Deciduous trees shed their leaves for a reason – usually as an ... Read more about Evergreen on Wikipedia

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