Southern California Moments

Southern California Moments Your photos from around the Southland and beyond
A stroll beneath the stars

Alex Rubalcaba captured this photo while on a "mini vacation" in Death Valley.

"We should all try to escape from our routines," he said. "California is beautiful and there are so many variables in the landscape."

For this photo, Rubalcaba took advantage of the lack of light pollution in the area, something we rarely see in Los Angeles.

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LAX sightings

"I've loved aviation my whole life," says Robert Gluckman. Now an aerial camera operator for a news helicopter, he spends a lot of his time "in the air looking down."

Last year, Gluckman shot this photo of an Air China 777-300 jetliner in a familiar spot-- one he says he sees every time he flies over Los Angeles International Airport.

"There were a lot of obstructions in the way of that shot.

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Colorful, classic car culture

Photographer Javier Guillen is extremely proud of his hometown of East Los Angeles. Also an avid Instagrammer, he loves "capturing images that best represent" his neighborhood.

On Nov.

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Between the shadows

To relax himself after a long week at work, Jorge Gonzalez will often take walks around Los Angeles to capture images of life in the city.

Earlier this month, he was shooting photos at Grand Central Market and was drawn to the shadows forming from the light hitting the wall.

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Flashback Friday: A lucky vantage point

Hannah Kayleen MacKenzie and a friend were wandering the Hollywood Hills on a pictureseque Spring day in April.

They stumbled upon the empy lot of a home that had just been torn down to make room for a new development, and as a result were serendipitously treated to this view of downtown Los Angeles.

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Goodbye, Death Valley

When California Gold Rush seekers rolled their wagons through a dry valley in 1849, not everyone in the group lived to tell the tale. In their escape, one of the survivors said "Goodbye, Death Valley."

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