You've been sending us more photos of the southern Californian wildfires. Stanley Moss could see the effects from his terrace at Seal Beach, Orange County, many miles away.
Danielle Garcia: Felt like she was driving towards an "abyss of smoke" as she travelled the Ventura Freeway near Los Angeles.
Sherman Smith: "Paradise Hills, San Diego, a few miles from the Harris fire. We were mostly covered by smoke and ash but have not really been directly threatened by the fire itself."
Richard Engel: The smoking hills in Castaic, northwest Los Angeles County, near where the fires originated.
Richard Engle: "This "Super Scooper" Quebec aircraft would scoop up water from Castaic Lake to fight the flames...
...and this helicopter was hovering over nearby Castaic Lagoon and dropping its hose in to suck up water."
Melissa Olveda: An exhausted fire fighter takes a moment to rest.
Kay Taylor: "People and horses have been evacuated to a campsite in Chula Vista, near San Diego. These horses have been spray painted with their owners' names...
...or their telephone numbers, to help the owners track them down if they had to leave...
...but many owners have actually been able to stay with their precious animals."
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