Clouds flow over the snow-covered San Gabriel Mountains

Clouds flow over the snow-covered #SanGabrielMountains above #LosAngeles this morning. We've had a decent amount of rain this December, and snow in the mountains, leading to hopes for a wet winter and enough water to store for next summer. Oh, and skiing for those who are into that sort of thing 😁

Clouds flow over the snow-covered #SanGabrielMountains above #LosAngeles this morning. We've had a decent amount of rain this December, and snow in the mountains, leading to hopes for a wet winter and enough water to store for next summer.

Oh, and skiing for those who are into that sort of thing 😁

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First significant snow above Los Angeles this winter! Unfortunately, it’s almost spring.

First significant snow above Los Angeles this winter!

Unfortunately, it’s almost spring

First significant snow above Los Angeles this winter!

Unfortunately, it’s almost spring.

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Afternoon in the woods…

Afternoon in the woods.

We had lunch at a picnic area below Angeles Crest Highway. Oak trees covered most of the area with acorns and leaves, and a stream cut down the bottom of the canyon just a few paces away, well fed by the last few weeks of storms.

A foot bridge led across the stream to a trail to Switzer Falls, but we didn’t have time to explore. Or maybe we did – there was no distance printed on the sign, so it could have been just around the bend as easily as it could have been a 30-minute walk.

#forest #afternoonlight #sangabrielmountains #angelesnationalforest

Photo taken at: Switzer Falls-Bear Canyon

Afternoon in the woods.

We had lunch at a picnic area below Angeles Crest Highway. Oak trees covered most of the area with acorns and leaves, and a stream cut down the bottom of the canyon just a few paces away, well fed by the last few weeks of storms.

A foot bridge led across the stream to a trail to Switzer Falls, but we didn’t have time to explore. Or maybe we did – there was no distance printed on the sign, so it could have been just around the bend as easily as it could have been a 30-minute walk.

#forest #afternoonlight #sangabrielmountains #angelesnationalforest

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