Walking In The San Bernardino Mountains

The oak branch hanging down frames the view of this tree laden hillside up in the San Bernardino Mountains.

One of my favorite pass times is taking pictures on my nature walks up in the San Bernardino Mountains.

The Coulter pine is the first thing I spot walking down the forest trail.
There are many holes burrowed into the Coulter pine tree, which is where the woodpeckers store their food for winter.
The forest trail continues downhill into a bend.
A small manzanita bush with red berries.
Looking through the trees and bushes to the hills in the distance.
A tree stump on the hillside.
Another bend in the forest road covered with scrub oak acorns.
A magnificent scrub oak tree in the forest. This is the tree that dropped many of the acorns on the trail.
An oak branch hanging down with the view of a tree filled hillside in the distance.

This video is a walk through the San Bernardino Mountains on Christmas Day 2017.

 

 

3 Replies to “Walking In The San Bernardino Mountains”

  1. It looks like such a peaceful place to take a walk. It is very cold outside here today, and so I had to cut my walk short to avoid freezing my hands, It must be a nice temperature there.

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