Case of the Mondays #39: Crater Lake
Ah, it's another Monday. The dreaded start of another week. Work has you down? The email inbox has exploded over the weekend? Fret not! Another installment of Case of the Mondays is here to help you deal with it. Or at least distract your mind from all that as you scroll through and enjoy a big panoramic image of an awesome place. Just click on the image below to open up the full version (give it some time to load) and use your arrow keys to move around and see all the details. Then click anywhere or hit Esc to close it. That's it for Dos and Don'ts. Now pop open the full panorama and pan around!
Today we are back to western US and the amazing Crater Lake in south central Oregon:
One of the deepest and cleanest lakes in the world, Crater Lake is formed in a crater of an old volcano and gets all of its water from rain and melting snow while evaporation keeps the water level fairly constant. Unlike other lakes, there are no rivers flowing in or out of this lake. The nearby Mt. Scott is the tallest peak in Crater Lake National Park with elevation of 8938 feet and a fairly strenuous hike to the top. The views from there are worth every drop of sweat, as you can probably tell.
And now get back to work! Or check out the rest of Case of the Mondays series. It really is up to you :)