I thought it might be enjoyable to see several photos below taken since summer, inviting the viewer to really see the changes that take place here. From the rhododendrons gracing the water's edge in spring to the red and golden leaves shrouded in mountain mist in the fall, every day in the majesty of Oregon's mountains is a day lived indeed.
|Lake Pamelia on June 1st.|
|Waterfall on lake's eastern side.|
|The forest is bathed in the light of July.|
Orange bellied Taricha granulosa
|Waterfall on Lake Pamelia's eastern side on August 11th.|
|Mt. Jefferson reflected in Hank's Lake (several miles from Pamelia).|
|Looking east from west side of Hank's Lake.|
Update: I share this just for the fun of it. It's not my usual area of interest...but I do like mysteries. The day after the last two photos above were taken, check out this report.