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Happy Thanksgiving America!

I remember sitting on the edge of the South Rim of the Grand Canyon one early July morning, coffee in hand, while the sun made its way above the jagged rocks and ledges, falling in love with the colors, the deep reds and oranges, the beautiful glow of the American West.   275 more words

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Photography 101: Edge

Jagged EDGES plunge upward from Crater Lake, a small memory of Mount Mazama. Phantom Ship Island gets its name from its ghost ship like appearance, especially in fog.

Crater Lake National Park, Oregon

Photography

The Light Never Lies

  • Author: Francis Guenette
  • Published: February 2014 by Huckleberry Haven Publishing
  • Category: Contemporary Fiction

Life is never dull for those who live on the secluded shores of Crater Lake.

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Contemporary Fiction