Saturday, June 30, 2012

Crater Lake


Near Crater Lake in Oregon, Early June, 2012

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41 comments:

  1. That picture is stunning! :O

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  2. Whoa, what caused that? They look like bones. o.O

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  3. The snow was everywhere near Crater Lake two weeks ago.

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  4. Incredible! It's hard to imagine snow anywhere in the US (except Alaska, lol) right now... down here in GA it's over 100 today!

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    1. The north entrance to the park just opened the day before our visit!

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  5. Snow? Wow! We're about to fry down here. Your picture is gorgeous!

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    1. It's hot here, too. I feel cooler just remembering Oregon.

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  6. Wow, those are just creepy trees--I feel like they should come to life and chase people!

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  7. I love the drift-woody feel of the photo. Is it snow? salt? why is the ground so white?

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  8. I thought it was sand at first! Beautiful.

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  9. It looks like some strange kind of sculpture that's about to come to life... I can see hands and faces there... and they are kind of poised to move... By the way, thanks for commenting on my post.

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  10. Wow! This is nice! I like how the color of the trees contrast with the whiteness of the snow.

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  11. ooohhh, I love the way the trees are coming out of the snow like that. Great picture!

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  12. Oohh, I love the way the trees are coming out of the snow like that. Great pictures!

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  13. Beautiful capture! Snow in June.. That is rare in my part of the world

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  14. So pretty! My husband and I have been keeping an eye on the snow levels down there. It sure would be fun to go down there and play in the snow in the middle of summer, but I'm not sure if we'll have the time until August, and who knows what will be left of the snow by then.

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  15. That is a great photo! Needs to be framed. :)

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  16. The artistry of nature! Love it! And thanks for visiting my blog.

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  17. Nice subject matter and nice balance in the shot.

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  18. Interesting twisty shapes. Great shot!

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  19. It's pretty even in winter. Is it prettier in summer?

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    1. I have only seen it in the summer. I can't imagine how much snow would be there in winter.

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  20. As much I do not like snow, snow always makes for a pretty photo. Those twists in the tree are interesting.

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  21. Beautiful ... I wonder how old those skeletal remains are?

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  22. Wow that pictures tells a story that's about 1000 years old. Great shot. Here's Mine

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  23. The trees almost look like monsters coming out of the ground. Very cool shot.

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  24. I bet you wish could be back there now that you're home soaking up all that heat! Beautiful shot Debbie.

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  25. Creepy trees, snow in late June, I feel a sci fi story coming on ...

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  26. Ooh, Crater Lake is totally awesome - and that's such a great picture!!! So much character!

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