Some favorite Pictures by LAJ
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The last of a great Douglas Fir on the shore of Fish Lake
Beautiful Lake Tahoe in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California
Lilly pads cover this marshy cove on Lake of the Woods
Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon. Very large, with wonderful marshland canoe trails
Ice House Lake in the high Sierra is a cold but inspiring place
There is lots of lava rock and great trails around enchanting Fish Lake
Here is the Northern coast of California on a late autumn afternoon
Peyto Lake (The Wolf Lake), in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada
The Golden Gate of San Francisco. Tiburon peninsula is left and Golden Gate Park is lower right
Mt. Shasta, in my opinion, is the most magnificent of all the California mountains.
Mt McLaughlin, in the Cascade range is quite a sight to see too!
This is the fisherman's paridise. So said Field and Stream of Lake Davis.
Crater Lake, with Wizard Island, in the Cascade Mountains of Oregon is the deepest (over 1,900 Ft.), bluest lake in the USA.
This view of Crater Lake to the north and east shows the volcanic caldera walls of the ancient eruption, almost 8,000 years ago, of Mt. Mazama.
The Rogue River gorge near Crater Lake runs for 215 miles to the Pacific Ocean. The river is famous for salmon and steelhead fishing, and white water rafting.
Here are some pictures from long ago.
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Forty minutes after the Total Solar Eclipse
7 Mar. 1970
Clouds covered the sun in Halifax during total.
We drove 40 minutes down the coast.
Mahone Bay, NS after Total Solar Eclipse
We drove with headlights on until we found a place
with broken clouds in the still darkened sky.
This picture of the full moon was taken
through a 60 mm refractor telescope
20 February 1970.
The star trails of Orion with a rather faint meteor streaking across it from the upper left. Taken during the Leonids meteor shower of 17 Nov. 1969.
Star trails of the constellation Hercules, taken in late spring and looking eastward.