A Day In The San Bernardino Mountains
Spending a day up in the San Bernardino Mountains is quite easy for people who live in Southern California. Whereas I do love the city, I find I must get away and spend some time in nature up in the San Bernardino Mountains. One of my favorite hobbies is taking pictures of all the beautiful scenery, and often these photographs are the inspiration for my illustrations and paintings. Over the last year, I have captured many inspiring pictures of the San Bernardino Mountains, and I have decided to incorporate these into a picture hub that illustrates the beauty of the place where I grew up. There are pictures from the winter, spring, summer, and fall in this photo essay, and each photograph has something unique to offer. Walking around the San Bernardino Mountains is a treat from all five of the senses, so join me for a day spent a mile above sea-level.
Over the last year I went on hikes to The Pinnacles, and I enjoyed many day trips to the San Bernardino Mountains. Here are a few of the pictures that captured some of my favorite memories of the mountains this year.
The snow is often amazing in the winter, but my favorite aspect of taking pictures in the mountains is captured the alluring sunsets.
There are many beautiful photo opportunities in the San Bernardino Mountains whether it be a sunrise or a sunset.
Taking a hike out at The Pinnacles is another way to experience the splendor of the San Bernardino Mountains. I personally love photographing the large boulders out at the Pinnacles, which has served as inspiration for a couple of my sketches.
Walking around The Pinnacles is the ideal opportunity for taking breath taking pictures, which can serve as inspiration for my art work.
Spring time is a special season in the San Bernardino Mountains with the blooming of delicate and wild flowers, which are picture for photographing.
Of course I decided to take even more photographs of the wild flowers than the ones I shared with you above.
One of my favorite things to do is the photograph The Pinnacles, which is one of my favorite places to hike.
I always love to photograph birds and raccoon when I see these in the San Bernardino Mountains. I rarely see raccoons in the San Bernardino Mountains, but last winter I saw one who climbed up to a second story deck on a cold winter day.
The San Bernardino Mountains is always the most beautiful around sunset with the captivating outline of shadow trees and mountains.
As I take pictures of the sunset in the San Bernardino Mountains I constantly on the look out for photographs that can be the inspirations for my sketches and paintings.
Sunset in the San Bernardino Mountains often takes on the tones of a tangerine sherbet dessert, and this sight is as visually appealing as the actually dessert.
I love to hike and take pictures on the back side of the San Bernardino Mountains. Hiking out by Highway 173 is a great way to capture some amazing photographs of the San Bernardino Mountains.
During the Fall I took many breath taking photos of the billowy clouds in the San Bernardino Mountains, especially before rain storms.
The puffy clouds of sunset are some of the most beautiful as these are tinted with pink and purplish colors.
The sky grows increasingly interesting a nightfall comes to the San Bernardino Mountains.
As you look at the outlines of oak tree leaves and pine leaves at sunset time in the San Bernardino Mountains I am just in awe.
As the year marches on towards late Fall I continue to take beautiful photographs of the sunsets on the backside of the San Bernardino Mountains, which never fail to inspire me.
When you take pictures in the San Bernardino Mountains it is quite calming and visually pleasing indeed.
Buy A Digitial Camera To Take Pictures
Buy a digital camera so you can take amazing pictures in nature of all the things you love. I also hope you get a chance to spend a day in the San Bernardino Mountains taking inspiring pictures of nature.
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