This is an early morning photo of Cresent Lake on the Olympic Peninsula in the State of Washington. Cresent lake was formed by glaciers in the last Ice Age.
The lack of nitrogen in the lake waters prevents the growth of algae and helps maintain the lake's brilliant blue waters which are more prominent later in the day. I quickly set up here and varied my exposure through five exposure times up and down. This shoy was taken in the month of may
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