2018 in sunsets, sunrises & stunning skies

The Eastsider loves nothing better than taking a moment to soak in a sunset or, on rare occasion, a sunrise. Thankfully, many of our readers love to share their photos of our Eastside skies in shades of blue, pink, orange and gold. Here are some memorable images from 2018.

December sunset bathes L.A. in shades pink

Sunset as seen from Montecito Heights | Photo by Martha Benedict

Dec. 14 sunset as seen from silver lake

Sunset view from Silver Lake | Photo by Dan Gershon

Enjoy today’s sunset before the storm arrives tomorrow

Brilliant sunset skies

Sunset view from Mount Washington | Photo by Jessica Macias

Sunset view from Echo Park | Photo by Martin Cox

A brisk and beautiful Christmas Day on Mount Washington

downtown view from mt washington todd frankel

Photo by Todd Frankel

Pink and purple sky over Echo Park; blue and gold Boyle Heights sunset

Dusk falls on Echo Park Lake | Photo by Martin Cox

Boyle Heights view of the southern sky at sunset | Diana Barnwell

It’s shaping up to be a beautiful Thanksgiving Day

The first day of October delivers a pink and pumpkin colored sunset

Sunset view from Mt. Washington | Photo by Todd Frankel

Sunset view from Montecito Heights | Photo by Martha Benedict

East L.A.: Morning Palms

Photo by Aurelio Jose Barrera

In the Pink: Sunset sky over Silver Lake

Photo by Dan Gershon

A sunset view from Montecito Heights

Summer sunset over Silver Lake

Photo by Dan Gershon

Last sunrise of 2018 – East Los Angeles

East L.A. Sunrise on Dec. 31, 2018

Photo by Aurelio Jose Barrera

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One comment

  1. Beautiful photos by such talented Eastsiders! Happy New Year!

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