Posted by Polly Castor on August 1, 2015 in Photography
We enjoyed touring Crater Lake National Park. Crater Lake was formed of melted snow filling a volcanic caldera. The lake has no inlet nor outflow, and is unusually clear, accounting for its fabulous color. It is nearly 2,000 feet deep and 6 miles across. Here our photos from being there…
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