Photographer Isabel Liebgold captures the Bobcat Fire and its impact on L.A. communities.

Smoke-congested skies paint the backdrop for those living in Sherman Oaks, Arcadia and Eagle Rock, a reality many other Californian cities currently face as well.  Liebgold’s work stands as a testament to the changing future for Angelenos and California citizens in regards to rising temperatures and the climate crisis.

The red sun sets in Sherman Oaks, CA. Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2020. Isabel Liebgold/The Occidental.
A helicopter flying over the Bobcat Fire in Arcadia, CA. Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2020. Isabel Liebgold/The Occidental.
Ash and dirt covers a car parked in front of the Arcadia Fire Department in Arcadia, CA. Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2020. Isabel Liebgold/The Occidental.
Palm trees sway against the smoky sky at the Santa Anita Park evacuation center for the Bobcat Fire in Arcadia, CA. Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2020. Isabel Liebgold/The Occidental.
Red Cross tent at the entrance to the evacuation center for the Bobcat Fire at Santa Anita park in Arcadia, CA. Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2020. Isabel Liebgold/The Occidental.
Red Cross drive thru check-in at the evacuation center for the Bobcat Fire at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, CA. Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2020. Isabel Liebgold/The Occidental.
Smoke-filled view from Mount Fuji at Occidental College. Wednesday, Sept.16, 2020. Isabel Liebgold/The Occidental.
Smoky view from Mount Fuji at Occidental College. Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2020. Isabel Liebgold/The Occidental.