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Late Autumn Sunset in Los Angeles State Historic Park

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We were last at Los Angeles State Historic Park in July, taking in the curious sights courtesy of Cirque Berzerk, and before that we checked out the beautiful Downtown space just as Spring's wildflowers claimed the landscape in late March.

The spot once cultivated as "Not a Cornfield" is beautiful year-round, as this series of photos from LAist Featured Photos Flickr pool contributor Musique Nonstop demonstrates. Here is the story in photos of one post-rain Sunday sunset in one of our City's loveliest spots.

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