If it strikes your fancy, feel free to click on the last photo above to download the full size image. To save and enjoy it as your desktop wallpaper, right click the larger version, select “Set as Desktop Background,” and choose the “Stretch” option to fit to your screen.
11 thoughts on “Silent Sunday: Crater Lake”
I was going to ask you if the fact that taking photographs has now become “work”, if that takes anything away from your enjoyment of the process. That last image (especially) answers my question :). Thank you Ms Hannah. Your vision is now spread full screen on someone’s desktop in Tasmania. That could be considered “world domination” right there :).
thanks for the beautiful photos!
WaW! truly amazing breathtaking photos, dear Hannah! x
Such beautiful photos! Thanks for sharing, Hannah!
I’m so glad to see your beautiful photos. Especially of Crater Lake. Funny how you never hear of something and then once you do, it pops up again right away. A week or so ago, it was the answer to a question on “Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader?” The question was, “What is the deepest lake in the United States?”
I do not have words to describe to beautiful this lake is! Where is it? I need to put it in my must-visit places! :)
Crater Lake National Park is actually so remote that it isn’t considered a part of any town. It’s simply located in Southern Oregon on the crest of the Cascade Mountain Range.