Thank you Cindy! You really captured the spirit of the place and of the water. Despite photos being visual only I can sense the drier air and coolness in contrast to the warm moist shore of the Bay near me.
For those trapped indoors, in cities, maybe even at work; photos that bring thru the spirit of nature can be a wonderful tool for meditation allowing us to escape the confines of our stressed minds and limited in locations.
I hear it in the deep heart’s core- William Butler Yeats
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We are spending the holidays with our family at pristine Lake Tahoe in Northern California.
Lake Tahoe is the largest alpine lake in North America.
It is the second deepest lake in America, reaching depths of 1,645 feet.
It is known for it’s pristine clarity.
We are in a draught now in California, and although there is snow, there is not the typical 8 or so feet of it closing roads and making the lake almost inacessible.
The lake views in winter are particularly beautiful!
Cheers to you from Lake Tahoe, the skiing/boarding is not optimal, but the lake is purely divine!