Seldom does the wind remain calm for long on Waldo Lake, but in September of 1996 it remained quiet for several consecutive days, allowing me to select mirrorlike reflections along this beautiful shoreline. The early morning sun highlighting the fall color in this cove, one of many also Waldo's shoreline, makes for a tranquil, soothing moment in time. (Bronica ETR 6x4.5, 40mm, f22 @ 1/15 sec)
Waldo Lake is the second largest natural lake in Oregon and lies at an elevation of 5,414 ft. in the Cascade Mountain Range. The lake's water is amongst the clearest in the world.
Artist: Larry Walker
Medium: Print (C-Print)
Location: 1 floor, #2 on the map