It’s monthly color photo challenge again and the color theme is cobalt blue.

My color display is short and sweet and varied! From a very tall glass crystal holiday display to showy spring flowers to Roswell, New Mexico aliens. The alien photo surprised me when I stumbled into it. Turns out I was intrigued to see a small black light UFO attraction. Intrigued enough to buy tickets for a 20 minute walk through the UFO Spacewalk. We spent a short bit of time walking in the dark maze and enjoying the creativity.

Deep Deep Blue

Now returning you back to my standard fare of landscapes discovered while traveling, here’s a picture of Crater Lake in Oregon. We spent most of a day exploring the lake both by road and by foot.

Nearly 2000′ deep with no water outlet makes this the deepest bluest lake in the United States. The depth was first measured back in 1886 with a lead pipe and piano wire. Seems rudimentary yet it was impressively accurrate. The depth was measured at only 53′ shy of the sonic measurements collected in the year 2000.

Oregon Craters and Caves blog post

Here’s our original trip post with the crater lake visit photos and more!

Cobalt Blue Memories

If you follow my blog you know I’m a water lover. Here’s to being able to experience many blue lakes, rivers and ocean water in recent years plus a couple night blue skies sprinkled in.

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