Wednesday, November 09, 2005

ross lake winter landscape

hozomeen landscape, originally uploaded by seawallrunner.

Ross Lake in BC/WA is drained every winter - beginning in September, at the rate of about a foot a week.

The landscape that is created as a result of this is almost surreal. Miles and miles of stumps - with no other litter - can be seen from the Canadian and US shores of the lake.

We happened upon this desolate vista during a photo trip to the Hozomeen range.

Awe-inspiring, solitary, intensely beautiful.

1 comment:

Barri Cae said...

beautiful blog from a beautiful lady,
Godblessu dear Vida