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Afternoon shadow play

Sungsoo Lee visited Sierra Vista Middle School in Irvine in June. There the shadow of a tree against a yellow building caught his attention.

"I noticed a boy running across, and luckily I was able to catch the picture," he said. 

Each week, we're featuring photos of Southern California and California submitted by readers.

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Endless horizon

How do you use Instagram to express yourself?  

Emily Guardado uses it to share the pieces of her experiences. She posts the little squares as a journal and says, “Photos have the potential to hold so much emotion and memory. When I realized that, I became passionate about photography.”

Guardado’s feed gives a glimpse into the life of this Southern Californian twentysomething.

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National Dog Day

When I chose to feature Foster Snell's image today, I didn't realize it would coincide with #NationalDogDay on Aug. 26, a day designated to celebrate canines and pet adoption.

But the editing stars aligned, I was thrown a bone, and so I decided to run with it.

Snell said that since moving to Huntington Beach a year ago, he's made a habit of wandering out to the beach with his camera.

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Point Dume silhouette

Jackeline Flamenco was in Malibu on her day off when she noticed a man making a music video at the beach. He stood atop a rock just as the sun began to descend. 

"Being at the right place at the right time can pay off," she said.

Flamenco used an iPhone 6 to make this photo on June 16 at Point Dume State Beach.

 


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A call for photographers to look beyond the Southland

Calling all Southern California Moments contributors:

Typically, our blog is dedicated to photo-worthy moments in the Southland, but with a little less than a month of summertime left, the SoCal Moments team wanted to share a special opportunity with our dedicated audience.

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