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Spring Creek [4]

Spring Creek is a short creek (but as large as a river) w/ artesian springs that come bubbling out of the ground from an underground river near Chiloquin, Oregon.  It is sourced from nearby Crater Lake w/ hundreds of bubbling seeps of water geysering from under the water outward.  Smaller seeps can be seen amidst the sand throughout an area spanning 1/2 mile.  Spring Creek feeds into the Williamson River a few miles downstream, as the stream progresses there are pockets of the water that are deep blue/cyan.  A cyanobacteria algae known as mare's eggs (which are rare in the world) are found in unique abundance w/in the area & other springs, looking like giant black round stones underwater, & appear as strips of black on satellite views.  Looking like the tropics, this could pass for the Isle of Pines, except don't go in as the spring water is quite cold.  There was a breeze so I timelapsed the water to show more of the skeletal trees that have been underwater perhaps for centuries.  When calm, canoes on the water give the appearance of 'floating'.

Copyright: William L
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 20756x10378
Taken: 14/05/2018
Uploaded: 16/05/2018
Updated: 06/01/2019


Tags: spring creek; chiloquin; oregon; woods; springs; high cascades aquifer; spring; artesian; tropical; water; tropics; blue; azure; mare's eggs
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