A cloud bank is reflected in the deep, still water at Crater Lake — actually a volcano that collapsed and filled with water up to 1,900-feet deep.
A cloud bank is reflected in the deep, still water at Crater Lake — actually a volcano that collapsed and filled with water up to 1,900-feet deep. Mark Boster Los Angeles Times
A cloud bank is reflected in the deep, still water at Crater Lake — actually a volcano that collapsed and filled with water up to 1,900-feet deep. Mark Boster Los Angeles Times

Oregon’s Crater Lake: a haunting caldera

August 14, 2015 06:42 PM

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