Crater Lake Photos

Crater Lake Photos

Crater Lake Photos

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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2 Comments

  1. Deborah 4 years ago

    Wow, Wow, and Wow….these pictures are breathtaking! What an amazing trip you are having, it just blows me away. What is also interesting is that there are no other people in them….are you guys all alone in all this beauty? Or do you just wait for the appropriate moments? All this amazing scenery and not many people there taking it in. I don’t have a bucket list because all of life’s experiences are so interesting, even the mundane. But if I start one, I want to do the trip you guys are doing!

  2. Michael Shumate 4 years ago

    These are gorgeous ! James and I are old friends from Vanderbilt-in-France, and he directed me here. I’m glad he did !

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