THE DEEP BLUE OF CRATER LAKE
California this year has being hit by a serious drought, and driving north on the 5 hwy, lakes are empty and trees burned.
It was interesting to see that the closer we were getting to Oregon, greener and more water was showing up. We stop at Klamath Falls for the night, and we were lucky enough to stayed in an incredible location with a fantastic view of the Klamath Lake, surrounded by woods and birds, truly amazing!
The water was so calm it looked like a huge mirror placed on the ground.
Crater Lake: the deepest lake in US (655 m), a real gem. Mother Nature here made something really incredible: the lake was formed around 7,700 years ago by the collapse of the volcano Mount Mazama, then snow and rain filled the crater, creating a spectacular wonder.
There are two skies: one so clear and vast and the other so blue and deep. It’s like been in a different world.
In this place water and sky are the same thing, trees are rising over the blue from any point of views.
Birds where floating over this immense blue, like little dots on a huge empty canvas…