Hello everyone, Alisha and I went on a little mini-vacation in Eastern Washington and went for a few hikes – including one to one of Alishas favorite places – Emerald lake – which is a mountain lake you have to hike miles over a mountain to get to – In the summer the upper lake dries up and the lake bed is left to slowly dry leaving large cracked earth. There are also beautiful mint fields, deep emerald lake and flower filled meadows. Below are a number of the macro photos I took here and in Priest Lake Idaho.

Cracked Lake Bed, Emeral Lake Trail, colville, Washington

Fractal Drying – Emerald Lake, Colville, WA

Cracked Lake Bed, Emeral Lake Trail, colville, Washington

Lake Bed Composition – Emerald Lake, Colville, WA

Grasshopper macro

Large Grasshopper – Emerald Lake, Colville, WA

Underlying structure – Emerald Lake, Colville, WA

Bursts – Emerald Lake, Colville, WA

Baby Frog Macro – Emerald Lake, Colville, WA

Emerald Lake, Colville, WA

Lichen Macro

Creeping Lichen  – Emerald Lake, Colville, WA

Lichen Macro Photo

Lichen Composition – Emerald Lake, Colville, WA

Emerald Lake, Colville, WA

Tree Sap over Lichen

Tree sap over chartreuse lichen – Emerald Lake, Colville, WA

Rock Lichen Ecology – Emerald Lake, Colville, WA

Throrofare Liminal Zone – Priest Lake, ID

More Lichen – Emerald Lake, Colville, WA

Shipwrex – Priest Lake, ID

Trout Lake from Above –  Colville, WA

Trees –  Colville, WA

 

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