It was late evening and after a short bike ride to the grocery for a kombucha. Jenny and I wanted to get outside. Sunset was about an hour away so we decided to make haste and look for a fun little hike near the place I am staying in Corona, CA using the All Trails App I pulled up some hikes in the area. Immediately I saw this place “Graffiti Waterfall” and it was only about a mile in and out. So we headed over there. I was surprised to see this interesting place located just off the 91 Freeway. The water fall is pretty small. The area is filled with a lot of trash (next time I am bringing a trash bag and will pack out the recycling) Normally I am not a fan of “tagging or graffiti” in natural environments. It feels wrong to deface natural elements. There was a intriguing juxtaposition at Graffiti Waterfall. The natural elements mixed with the fall out of our domestic lives. It felt like the perfect place for this expression. A Small waterfall that was encroached upon by suburban sprawl and collected the “urban” markings to prove it. It a fun place! You can climb around the rocks and get some great views! We even spotted a hawk cruising around the area.