Wildfires raging in Anaheim Hills, California, turned the skies over Disneyland an ominous shade of orange on Monday.
Some 1,000 firefighters are battling the Canyon Fire 2, which has burned about 6,000 acres and destroyed at least 24 structures, Anaheim Fire & Rescue said. According to the Los Angeles Times, 5,000 homes were also evacuated.
The Canyon Fire 2 is one of several wildfires burning in California, including a massive blaze running through wine country.
The Anaheim fire, which was just 5 percent contained as of Monday night, is burning just 10 miles from Disneyland, and Monday’s winds made the Happiest Place On Earth appear to be one of the eeriest. Visitors posted images on social media that made Disneyland and its sister park, Disney California Adventure, look like they were operating during the apocalypse:
— Nikki Naik (@nrnaik20) October 9, 2017
there's a fire near Disneyland wtfff pic.twitter.com/HbbI6R7Loj
— ram (@_ramiroalvarez_) October 9, 2017
— Tia Carrere (@TiaCarrere) October 9, 2017
— Terry Scanlon (@terryscanlon) October 9, 2017
— Jay larson (@jaylarsondpm) October 9, 2017
— Dan News (@dannews) October 9, 2017
Forest fires causing the sky at Disneyland and DCA to be filled with smoke. Ash raining from the sky. pic.twitter.com/oWWZPOTnx4
— Taylor Strickland (@WTStrick) October 9, 2017
There was a fire near Disneyland today and the sky looked eerie pic.twitter.com/b6osPgl1ks
— Margarita (@ritaontherockss) October 10, 2017
— elizabeth! (@egracescanlon) October 9, 2017
— Jason Cochran (@JasCochran) October 9, 2017
— Jorge Luis Lopez Esq (@lopezgovlaw) October 10, 2017
— San Francisco News (@SFnewsnow) October 9, 2017
This article originally appeared on HuffPost.