Here you get a view of the vantage point from which I am taking all these pictures. The cloud-shrouded mountain in the center is Mount Wilson. This is on the 17th.
A slightly different angle, a bit more to the east.
A panoramic view.
A close-up of Mt. Wilson.
On the 18th, you can see a similar view, but illuminated by a nice sunset. Also, the clouds are not covering the summit anymore.
Less ground, more sky.
Here is a good close-up of the Mt. Wilson summit. There are a lot of antennae up there.
Nice trees in the foreground.
More ground, less sky.
Even farther eastward.
Nice skyline. Facing South-West.
The north-eastern view framed with palms.
Facing directly north.
More east. Close-up.
More bluish. This is a good one. I use this one as my wallpaper. Facing north-east.
Facing Millikan library. In one image you see the reality of the ugly antennae.
In the other you can see what 5 minutes with <a href="http://www.gimp.org/">The Gimp</a> can accomplish.