Sunday to Sunday: Fall 2016, Week 3



California has some of the most beautiful sunsets in the world. This week the goal was for the Odyssey writers to get out and chase beautiful sunsets or sunrises (if they’re an early bird) and take extraordinary photos of the sun.


A Day Is Born – Hendry’s Beach , Santa Barbara – Bronwyn Wallace


It’s so beautiful it looks like a painting! A stunning sunset in Montecito – Damon Hickman


Making flower crowns while the sun dives into the pacific. Now that’s my kind of day – Caroline Smith


The times they are a-changin – Oscar Carleson


Recipe for a perfect Saturday night? Finding a new spot to watch the sunset, above Hendrys, with good friends and good food – Alicia Briggs


Saturday’s full moon and sherbet colored sunset – Camilla Yahyaoui


A wonderful sunset seen from east beach – Christoffer Kjellberg

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Watching the sunset and fullmoon from Shoreline Park last Friday with friends. Didn’t really know what direction to look as the sun was settling in one direction and the full moon lingering above the ocean in the other – Jennie Sundgot


View from my bedroom, not too shabby – Lia Durham


Sometimes we have to take a step back from our busy schedules and appreciate what’s around us. Especially these incredible Santa Barbara sunsets in our very own backyard – Jillian Fowler


First rain of Fall coming to Central Coast – Howard Vega


Helipad looking South at Ventura County Medical Center – Dom Ventura


On a beautiful hike up Cold Springs trail I find myself always remembering to appreciate the shade these beautiful trees give – Travis Spencer


This weekend we raced from sun up to sundown. 24 hrs – Travis Frohlich


Sunny Saturday at The Grove this weekend – Vilde Fredheim


A long walk to Butterfly Beach under the blazing sun, admiring the breathtaking beauty of our town. Check out some other hidden gems of Santa Barbara – Mia Hayat


About Author


Lia Durham

Lia Durham was born and raised in Santa Barbara. She is a Liberal Arts major with a concentration in Communication and Media. Her true passion lies with film. One of her favorite directors is Paul Thomas-Anderson. He has directed two of her favorite movies Boogie Nights and Magnolia. The way he is able to push the boundaries of storytelling really speaks to Lia. She would love to create movies of her own one day. For now she is happy with watching movies and writing about them.

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