A dark apocalyptic-like cloud has descended over Disneyland in Los Angeles as a nearby shrub fire roars into life.
Theme park-goers took to Twitter to share their view from the world's most famous park with some describing the smoke as "spooky" and "scary."
Disneyland remains open to the public but could face closure if the fire spreads.
The fire sparked in the Anaheim hills on Monday morning (US Time) following recent dry and windy weather in the area.
Authorities say the fire covered an initial area of 25 acres, but spread so quickly they couldn't estimate the current size of the blaze.
It follows another recent fire nearby that blackened more than 2600 acres of land and took more than a week to contain.
An evacuation order has been issued around the Anaheim Hills area with students from at least two schools also evacuated.