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Lunch at the historic race track in Black and White for the Color Crazy Challenge

I was at work a few days ago and stopped by the French Bakery next door, grabbed a snack and drove around the corner to eat lunch.

I found out a bit of information on this piece of land, which is in Hemet California. It was called the Hemet Stock Farm. 

History:  P. F. Wittier built the stock farm and racetrack around 1899. The racetrack was a half a mile. 

It has long ago been abandoned, but what a great view it was.. Here are the photographs I took in color and in black and white.  

Hope you enjoy and have a great day! 

#1 Black and white

Looking toward the mountains. 

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#2 In color

It is a really pretty view..

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#3 More of the mountains

panning to the right.. 

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#4 In sepia

I bet it was fantastic in its day.. 

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#5 Different angle in B & W

The white rocks look like snow. 

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#6 In color

you can see they are just giant boulders. 

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#7 Giant Pepper Trees with Giant Boulders

in the back round. See the two really big ones that rise up? 

#8 In color

I wonder how many people have been up to those rocks? ... 


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Written by Kim_Johnson

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