Crater Lake National Park

Crater Lake defines the color blue.  The lake rests inside a caldera formed about 7,700 years ago when a 12,000 foot volcano collapsed during a major eruption. Later eruptions formed Wizard Island, a cinder cone, which you see in the center of the lake. The lake depth is 1,943 feet and is 4-6 miles wide.

A day of amazing natural wonder!

Crater Lake and Wizard Island

Crater Lake and Wizard Island


So Blue...

So Blue…


Crater Lake and Pines

Crater Lake and Pines


Nature's Colors

Nature’s Colors


Blue Edge and White Snow, Crater Lake

Blue Edge and White Snow, Crater Lake


Blue Serenity

Blue Serenity




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  1. Hi Jane,
    Your images are stunning and the entire landscape scene is so sharp and in focus.
    I especially like Blue Serenity.
    Keep up your great work!

  2. Blue indeed! and interesting facts 1,943 feet deep – !

  3. Jane, these are magnificent but I’ll bet you didn’t swim in that ice cold water…

  4. I’m feeling ‘BLUE” is now a GOOD thing!! After seeing your photos!!! ahhhhhhh, sooooo peaceful……and beautimous!! (beautiful and fabulous!! a creative concoction!) xo B

    • Barbie– Ha! Love your new word and yes, being blue is a good thing at times… it was a serene experience which, in a National Park in summer, is a trick. It wasn’t as crowded as we expected so we could relax and enjoy. Thanks so much for enjoying and commenting! xo

  5. Awe-inspiring! Simply breathtaking. Lovely shots!

  6. WOW…stunning blue color….just beautiful…enjoy!!

  7. The colors are stunning, your adventures this summer have been quite something!

  8. Beautiful pictures and place. K

  9. LOL-must have been typing at the same time! Well done.

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