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Crater Lake 
Crater Lake, OR 
August, 1979


The setting: Crater Lake, which averages about five miles in diameter and is the deepest lake in the United States, is a spectacularly beautiful place. This was taken from a vantage point close to the ring road that circles the crater. The view is of "The Phantom Ship" along one edge of the crater. The "ship" is about a mile or a bit more from the camera location. Snow lingers in summer from the average yearly snowfall of 44 feet.

Technical detail: Fuji Velvia, 35 mm, Nikon F3 Camera, 105 mm lens, f16.


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Robert B. Hallock
Department of Physics, Hasbrouck Laboratory
University of Massachusets, Amherst, MA 01003
413-545-3770
hallock@physics.umass.edu