Trees In The San Bernardino Mountains
Walking in the San Bernardino Mountains during late autumn furnishes a world-class view of golden oak leaves getting ready to fall to the ground, and the beautiful pine trees that remain verdant all year. Our deciduous oak trees have leaves that change between yellow and orange tinted hues, but are still mesmerizing to look at. There are a myriad of leaf colors that you can see during the autumn in other parts of North America, but the only color seen on our oaks is the yellow. Coming to the San Bernardino Mountains allows you to see the changing colors of trees, which is something you will not see much of in the Inland Valley and the urban areas of Los Angles.
The video above shows a lonely rope swing on a forest road.
Walking around on an overcast day up in the San Bernardino Mountains is the perfect photo opportunity for all of the amazing trees.
The fog in the later afternoon creates a frosty glaze through which to view the trees up in the San Bernardino Mountains.
Below is a video of little birds flying around the golden leaves of the large canopy of oak trees on the hillside below.
The next day was sunny and clear up in the San Bernardino Mountains, which allowed me to take more stunning photos of the trees.
Taking pictures of the trees and the acorns in the San Bernardino Mountains is very intriguing. I have even made a meal out of ground up acorns I have collected up here, which was the main source of grain for the Serrano Indians before the arrival of Europeans.
In the San Bernardino Mountains there are a few hills with dead trees that have new trees sprouting around these.
As I continue to walk down the road I see many other trees that are worthy of being photographed, or maybe even sketched.
As I continued my walk, I photographed a small creek that I could see from the road.
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