Scenic Southern California In Pictures
Scenic photographs captured in the San Bernardino Mountains are a delight for the senses, especially around the time of sunset. If you want to go up to the San Bernardino Mountains to take pictures yourself, then you need to take the 10 East about eight miles until you merge on the 210 East headed towards San Bernardino for about the next ten miles. Follow the signs and exit on Waterman Ave, which you will take for about two miles until your reach Highway 18 headed up to the San Bernardino Mountains. Take Highway 18 for the next twenty miles until you reach Lake Arrowhead, or you can continue up the Rim of the World Highway to other towns such as Running Springs and Big Bear. Taking pictures and going for hikes in the San Bernardino Mountains is a wonderful way to enjoy nature and photograph on a local day trip.
Getting To The San Bernardino Mountains
The San Bernardino Mountains are a beautiful location for creating short films, and taking pictures.
I always enjoy seeing the outline of Mount Baldy at sunset.
I love watching the sunset behind Mount Baldy when I am up in the San Bernardino Mountains.
The above photograph is interesting to me because I like the silhouette of the oak trees in front of Mount Baldy in the distance.
Here is another picture of an oak tree at sunset with Mount Baldy in the distance.
The sunset is not quite as vibrant in the above photograph, which makes it easier to see the details on the oak trees.
Here is another stunning picture of the outline of the trees at sunset.
Above is another picture of Mount Baldy in the distance at sunset. What beautiful silhouettes the trees are creating.
It is quite interesting to see Mount Baldy peaking from behind the trees.
Pine needles always add interesting textures to photographs.
The purple and pink shades in the clouds at sunset are very peaceful to look at.
One thing I always enjoy is noticing how different types of trees, such as oaks and pines, creating various types of shadows at sunset.
The vibrant pink that can be seen in the lower part of the sky during this sunset is quite amazing.
I love the beauty of Mount Baldy in the distance at sunset, and I could never grow tired of looking at its peaks.
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