Loving living here on the magnificent West Coast - since moving to the Bay Area in 2014. Several images in this collection were taken this summer at Crater Lake in Oregon. Crater Lake was formed about 7,700 years ago when Mount Mazama, a 12,000 volcano, erupted and collapsed. Mount Mazama was a sacred place for the native Makalak people - and you can feel the power of the place when you're there. Because of the shear cliffs, there's no development, and the water is from pure snow melt ~ so the deep blue water is absolutely pristine. Other images are from Big Sur and Lake Tahoe. The one thing we can still do in 2020 is enjoy the great outdoors - thank goodness.
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