“Once a year, go somewhere you’ve never been before.”
— Dalai Lama
Olympic National Park – Washington
September 4th, 2015
This magnificent lake was formed by glaciers during the last Ice Age.
It’s known for its extraordinary blue water and clarity;
caused by a lack of nitrogen in the water which inhibits the growth of algae.
The deep, turquoise blue lake has a depth of 625 ft;
with an unofficial depth of over 1,000ft.
This is the first cat I’ve ever seen walking on a leash through the vast forest.
The brave feline took a quick break to pose for a picture.
Leaving the Olympic Peninsula on the ferry; headed back to Seattle.
All Seven for Sunday photographs are shot weekly by Crystal Lynn Hoeveler
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