We decided to take a drive and experience some of the local wildlife and landscapes in Temecula. We headed to the viewpoint of Diamond Lake.
Marco posing in front of some Brahma Bulls. They were huge and one stared us down for a minute as we got out. Then he returned to grazing, it was peaceful to watch them just roam around.
The view of Diamond Lake from the view point. We had a 360 view of the whole valley, behind me were the mountains covered in snow and rolling green hills from the recent rains. Gorgeous.
Marco posing for his “soldier picture” he asked to take. When we were parking the car he asked his mom if “they allowed swords” on the trail. It was hilarious. We didn't get hassled.
This little guy blended in so well with his surroundings. He was kind enough to let me get this close to him for a portrait. He's much easier to work with than that Geico Gecko.
Mr. Caterpillar crossing the path
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GREAT SHOTS !
Looks like a beautiful day!
This is one of my favorite photos I've ever taken!
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