The communities of Sunland and Tujunga viewed to east with the 1288 m high Camelsback (left) and 1538 m high Mt. Lukens (right) as a backdrop. Big Tujunga Canyon and the San Gabriel Mountains are at the left edge of this photograph. Photograph courtesy Verdugo Hills High School.
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