Thursday, September 27, 2007

LOOKING WEST


This is another view of Lake Tahoe from our trip last week. You are looking west on the California side of the Lake. The clouds are beginning to build and by late afternoon a storm came blowing in.
PLEASE CLICK ON THE PICTURE TO ENLARGE AND SEE THE DETAIL OF THE BEAUTIFUL LAKE.
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22 comments:

Sidney said...

Love the different shades of colors of the water! This is a beautiful unspoiled place!

Vintage to Victorian said...

Fabulous. And I love the previous post with the pomegranates. Hope you find something wonderful to do with them.

Thanks for popping by - I've always written letters as I speak, so I think I must be doing the same with the blog! Glad you enjoy it!

ruth said...

That expanse of water is huge, and the variations in blue is very picturesque. Gorgeous perspective.

Olivier said...

encore une photo pour nous faire rever. Superbe

still a photograph to make us dream. Superb

~tanty~ said...

What a beautiful view! I like everything in this photo. It looks so peaceful.

MedaM said...

Great photo and wonderful view, indeed! I really like it very much.

Anonymous said...

COOL !


love it!


jel

Moi said...

when enlarged it tarnsports you to paradise........

Beverly said...

Beautiful.

Salty said...

Beautiful, of course all of your shots are beautiful!

Mr. Mapper said...

Ahh... One of my favorite places!

CG said...

I just love this...quite breathtaking!!

Laurie said...

Lovely plae I bet you had a great time there.

FĂ©nix (Bostonscapes DP) said...

So many beautiful shades of blue. What a place!

Merisi said...

Summer view. Incredible colors.
I want summer back! :-)

Steve said...

Wow, wonderful color!

Mike said...

What a neat place. The lake is beautiful and so much history around there.

Steve Buser said...

That's the stuff postcards are made of.

--steve buser
New Orleans Daily Photo

Wendy said...

Never been to Lake Tahoe, but it's on my list of "someday trips". Seems I've heard it's similar to the scenery of the Ponderosa, or maybe Bonanza was filmed in the Lake Tahoe area.

JAM said...

My paternal grandfather used to tell us when we would visit to "pull up a chair and set a spell" (translation:have a seat and stay a while).

This looks like a perfect place to do that. I'd have to soak this in a little for it to take.

ASH said...

I visited Lake Tahoe for the first time last year. It is such a fantastical place, and the color of the water is otherworldly! Great pictures of the lake and environs. Did you see any damage from the wildfires earlier this year?

Lavenderlady said...

When I first saw Lake Tahoe back in the 80's, I was amazed at the color of the water. Thank you for a nice memory and a lovely shot.