Morro Bay sunset.
Sent by: Tom Modugno / GoletaSurfing.com
A fairy garden in Santa Barbara’s Samarkand neighborhood.
Sent by: Wendy Fisher
The Santa Barbara Museum of Art hosted celebrations on Sunday for Día de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead. Activities included music, dancing, children’s crafts, a display of art created by local students and, of course, Day of the Dead makeup. Mariachi Sol Huasteco performed mariachi music at the front of the museum. At the rear plaza was music by Conjunto Jardin, and the Folkloric Dance Group Qutzacoatl performed traditional dances in colorful outfits. Click here for more photos.
Sent by: Robert Bernstein
La Quinta Inn on State Street lights up the Santa Barbara night.
Sent by: Kurt Liestenfeltz
Artificial light and daylight share the stage with various tones, looking toward Campus Point from Goleta Pier, post-sunset.
Sent by: Kai Fisher
The partial solar eclipse, viewed from Santa Barbara with a white light darkening filter attached to an 80mm telescope. The image reveals one of the largest Sunspot 2192 (Active Region 2192) in over a decade. This Active Region has been giving us numerous solar flares over the past few days.
Sent by: Erin Boyd
Leadbetter Beach in Santa Barbara.
Sent by: Erica Hoover
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