Fine Art Photography
On a Crater Lake summer evening with a chill in the air the mosquitoes were a biting, people were relaxing, and camera shutters were clicking.
The sun set through a bank of particulate, most likely smoke from a Northern California wildfire. The golden hour was not too special this night, but blue hour proved to have a different result. The stars and planets were just beginning to show and airplane lights could be seen traversing the overhead. As the sky become darker the lodge lit up and came to life.
This artwork was captured approximately 200 yards east of the Crater Lake Lodge on the Garflield Peak trail. One of my favorites in the park.