51 ~ Mount Rubidoux

046World Peace Bridge in Riverside, CA


I wish you all could have seen what Jp and I saw that night. The mix of colors, the glow of the setting sun and feel the cool breeze caress your skin as you take in such breathtaking sights.


For me this was a mix of Mugu Peak and Garcia trail because of the cross and US Flag marker, wrapped in one short 3 mile hike. The incline was steady and it was all paved road to walk on. Pretty easy peas.


The below panorama photographs were taken by Jp. Please click on it to enlarge because they are just so incredibly beautiful. Taken with her Galaxy S3 phone.


And my favorite:


The world never looked so glorious.

21 thoughts on “51 ~ Mount Rubidoux

  1. Wow!!! These are fairytale pictures – Lord Of The Rings again, but where the elf people lived, whatever they were called! It’s so long since I’ve seen it I can’t remember some of the names now! πŸ™„ And those panoramic shots of JP’s are just stunning – wonderful glowing sun and shadows!β™₯ A real ‘wish you were here’ post card, and amazing when you think they were taken with a phone!!!

    Who would have ever thought, the good old telephone would be capable of assisting amazing photography? That would have sounded insane 20 years ago! πŸ˜€

    I guess this trip was a really enjoyable one!

    • Technology and phones have come a long way, and I’m thankful for that because I am now able to capture these memories and share them. We’re definitely glad we made this trip and at sunset!

  2. all photos are great but really like the second one down from the top. it’s the way the sun comes in. good texture with the tree coming down from the top right.

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