Los Angeles, CA
On March 30, 2007, a 150-acre brush fire blackened the Los Angeles skyline. Dozens of Angelenos-- including Archie Tucker -- gathered to take pictures as the blaze eerily made its way to the Hollywood sign.
Tucker shot this image with his Nikon D8400 just a few blocks up from a tunnel at the Griffith Observatory. Though the smoke appears threatening, it was later determined that there was no imminent danger and therefore no damage done to the city's beloved landmark. (Archie Tucker)
Michael Ng took this photo May 11 in the Modern Art wing of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art with a Nikon D200.
One of his friends was really interested in the giant pool balls, so Ng photographed him as he posed like he was shooting pool. Ng later used PhotoShop to enhance the reflection of the balls on the floor.
Each week, we're featuring photos of Southern California submitted by readers. Share your photos on our Flickr page or reader submission gallery. Follow us on Twitter or visit latimes.com/socalmoments for more on this photo series.