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Reader photo: Double sunset

For whatever reasons---the ocean, the smog, the latitude, whatever---Los Angeles has some gorgeous sunsets. We see it constantly in our Flickr and Instagram feeds; sunset photos taken from the beach, the mountains, the rooftops, you name it. We understand: we love the sunsets, also.

When shot with a slightly shifted perspective and a take all its own, photos of sunsets can be compelling, too. Photographer Ric Berryman contributed this photo of the first sunset of 2014 and double-framed it: not only does the sunset fill the entire space of the photo, but it forces the perspective onto the phone of this photographer he noticed. A grabbing take on a familiar (but nonetheless spectactular) scene.

Berryman took this photo with a Nikon D600, using a 70-200mm lens, at the Griffith Park Observatory.

Each week, we're featuring photos of Southern California submitted by readers. Share your photos on our Flickr page or reader submission galleryFollow us on Twitter or visit latimes.com/socalmoments for more on this photo series.

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