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Crater Lake

Klamath County,


Crater Lake, Armstrong Redwoods State Reserve, Guerneville, California

Established as a National Park in 1902, Crater Lake was formed by the
cataclysmic collapse of a once-active volcano, and subsequently filled in by rain and snow. The incredible deep blue color of the lake is caused by
the exceptional depth and clarity of the water. At a depth of 1932 feet (589m), it is one of the deepest lakes in the world. Wizard Island, a later volcanic eruption, rises in the center of the lake.


Kodachrome film, natural light


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