“That was a sunset!”

Photo by Martin COx

Photo by Martin Cox


Photo by Dan Gershon

That was the reaction of Echo Park photographer Martin Cox as he enjoyed and photographed the sky turn a deep red and gold at the end of the day. Dan Gershon also enjoyed the sunset from his vantage point in Silver Lake. “It was pretty spectacular,” said Gershon.


  1. gosh so many folks thought that sure was a purdy sunset… for me, it was scary… because all the sunsets are going to start looking like that as we drive, fly and carelessly burn fossil fuels as if somehow magically nothing will happen. Did you know that next year we will have a summer with no polar ice? underneath the ice are millions of square miles of methane… and all of that is going to be released and the climate is going to jump up in temperature by 10 degrees in a matter of a couple years. then, get ready for food shortages and general mayhem as the human species begins its own self-activated extinction. amazing that we will see this in our lifetime – and we created it!

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