Oregon: Day #3 — Crater Lake

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From our lodge room looking north, the Crater Lake sunrise. 5:53 A.M. Sunday, July 19th. (Click photo to enlarge.)

Same vantage point as for the photo above, except taken from a different window about ten feet further west.  (Click photo to enlarge.)

Same vantage point as for the photo above, except taken from another screened window about ten feet further west. 8:18 A.M. July 19th. (Click photo to enlarge.)

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3 Responses to “Oregon: Day #3 — Crater Lake”

  1. Peg Says:

    Wow, gorgeous! Lucky you two! 🙂 I’m so happy for you to have had this memorable vacation. Kudos for making it happen!

    Interesting how much different the colors are from the first photo to the next and in just a couple hours. All part of the amazement of creation!

    Thanks for posting. 🙂

  2. absent88 Says:

    What a beautiful picture. I recently visited Crater Lake, but it was during the day that I was there. Now I wish I’d stayed a while longer.

  3. Audrey E. Simonson Says:

    I’ve kept all your emails and look forward to more time to read more. My parents visited Crater Lake in 1965 or 1966. Later Mom painted the lake for my new home with Roger Simonson n.e. of Plover. A mother’s paintings are nearly equally precious to all of us, aren’t they?
    Enjoyed the photos of Sammy and Miss Kitty. We have a Sammy this year, the 2009 son of Miss Kitty and Tom Cat. A brother, Buster, has a black nose now, after being born with a white nose. He had a bloody nose at about 3 weeks and I keep waiting for the black to disappear and return to white.
    My second book, Oh, No…Not Again!, is nearly ready to be printed. It continues the story of the cat, Sunshine, and her yarn toy, Mousey. (see
    website)

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