Beauty Blew Its Top

Crater Lake is one of the prettiest places I’ve seen.  The water is so blue, and the flora and fauna alike are an eye feast.

The Dappled Path.wordpress.com posted some pictures, which is what reminded me of the trip we took a couple of years back.  It is the kind of place you want to go (away from the tourist center :-)), sit with a good book and just breathe–that’s in between running around capturing photos, of course!

The lake was formed by a volcanic explosion several thousand years ago.  The mountain literally blew its top, but beauty has risen from the ashes, as in so many things.

 

 

 

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19 Responses to Beauty Blew Its Top

  1. selah says:

    your colors are even more brilliant. we had forest fire to contend with.. I think that the color of the lake, first seen in person, takes the breath away.

  2. Dounia says:

    Wow, Crater Lake looks like such a breathtaking and peaceful place. Your photos are beautiful – thanks so much for sharing!

  3. David Hall says:

    Stunning views and superb photos.

  4. danitacahill says:

    Hey Lilly, you were in my state…I once camped at Crater Lake in a tent during a thunderstorm. An experience I’ll never forget!
    Pretty shots! Such a beautiful place.

  5. Lindy Lee says:

    First photo, clouds appear as smoke rising from rim side crest of Crater Lake…

  6. What beautiful photos in your slide show. Such incredible blues!

  7. gingerbreadcafe says:

    What an amazing looking place.

  8. Madhu says:

    Wow! These images are breathtakingly beautiful!

  9. Christine says:

    Well, I learned something! I always thought Crater Lake was the result of a meteor. what a beautiful place — where even the gift shop adveritsing is unobtrusive. 🙂

  10. Tied with first place on my lake list witih two other lakes: Lake Tahoe and Lake Crescent in Washington.

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