Crater Lake was extremely gorgeous and the water is blue. The water is cold but supposedly really clean. The sky out there is more blue then it is here on the east. I’m not sure if the haze and other things in our sky hamper our view but it just seams clean out there.
Going out after a good rain leaves some wonderful reflections on a lot of surfaces. When the sun breaks through the clouds the light shines and casts a lot of interesting shadows. I think I want to capture more puddles and light on the future.
What remains near Mt. Saint Helens was probably little compared to what was there before the eruption. There is still new growth that is coming in but this is one of the many dead trees lying in the pumice stone covered hills.
My club had the opportunity to go to a property where they had maybe 100 trucks and old vehicles parked in barns and in fields. Was really interesting and a lot of character on and in each vehicle. Love to see it again.
Shot with a Yashica 35 Electro at 45mm on Fujifilm Provia 100