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Crater Lake Pictures - A Natural Wonder Of The World

Crater Lake National Park is considered by some to be one of the most spectacular natural wonders of the world. If you've never seen it then maybe these Crater Lake pictures will give you some idea of how incredible this place is.

The intense blue of the lake under a clear winter sky is a sight you won't be able to experience anywhere else in the world. To gaze across the six mile wide expanse of this ancient volcanic caldera is truly something to behold. Bring your camera when you visit Crater Lake National Park because you will surely want to remember what you've experienced here.

Featured below are pictures of Crater Lake from vacationers just like you that have experienced the overwhelming beauty of this remote National Park. Much of the year Crater Lake is covered in snow. It has an average annual snowfall of more than 500 inches making it one of the snowiest places in the United States. Enjoy the pictures and keep checking back as they will update as more are added.

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Crater Lake Twisty Tree

Darren White Photography posted a photo:

Crater Lake Twisty Tree

Another image from Crater Lake and the infamous scraggy tree along the rim of the crater. We arrived at Crater Lake 24 hours before the smoke from nearby wildfires filled the crater and the view for days. Mars shines especially bright between the top of the tree.
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Fall Afternoon Pano

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Fall Afternoon at Crater Lake

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Crater Lake National Park in Oregon

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Crater Lake National Park in Oregon

with the start of sunset lighting up the eastern rim of the crater.



Crater Lake National Park in Oregon

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Crater Lake National Park in Oregon

with sunset cloud colors reflected on the waters of the western side of the lake.



Crater Lake National Park in Oregon

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Crater Lake National Park in Oregon

was Initially created around 7,000 years ago when 12,000 foot Mt. Mazama erupted and then collapsed forming a 2,000 foot deep crater. 8-image pano - [1x2 ratio]



Heavy clouds...

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Lagoa do Fogo is a crater Lake on the island of San Miguel, Azores. It's 560m above sea level and most of the time clouds are hanging above the lake. It was really windy that day, but the view was just magical especially when some sun rays same through the clouds and enlightened the lake.



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The Dove Lake boatshed, Cradle Mountain, Tasmania



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A reflection from a small tarn at Cradle Mountain, Tasmania, Australia



Gentle Giraffes

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Walking safari near Craterlake Kenya



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Crater Lake

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Night's Gift

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Night's Gift

I just finished a road trip through Oregon and Washington. The first night I set out to get an image I've been wanting for quite some time. And oh boy it was a lot of work to put together. My edited file is over 8GB large!

This is Crater Lake under the Milky Way, which isn't anything you haven't seen. But I wanted to capture all of Crater Lake, and the surrounding trees, brush, rock, dirt complete the experience at CL so I set out to capture it.

Getting a good foreground at night/dusk isn't easy, especially when you're having to take lots of photos to stitch them together to get everything in focus.

Under the night sky at Crater Lake is such an otherworldly experience. It's only 2 hours or less from the Rogue Valley and you can just drive in 24 hours a day, I recommend doing it sometime! Pull up a chair and stargaze! If you catch the Milky Way it's one of the brightest ways I've seen it with my own eyes.

Hope you enjoy!



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