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Clear Lake rowboat [2]
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Clear Lake is located west of Santiam Pass, Oregon & is fed through springs that are sourced from underground caverns under nearby lava flows, the filtration taking about 20 years to complete.  The lake features a resort & is known for its Underwater Forest, to which preserved douglas fir trees can be found underwater dating to over 3,000 years old.  This was at a time when lava flows dammed & created this lake, ultimately flooding over the forest.  The best way to see these trees is by boat however one such stump is visible underwater by the boat ramp.  Here at the southwest corner of the lake, there were a number of nice looking stumps visible through the water, though the wind made visibility not so great & kept diverting our boat while attempting to take this shot using a 16 foot pole.  Underwater shots here would be far more superior & many often scuba dive to get close to these eerie stumps.  While the water itself is definitely clear, the depth at this spot is at least 40 feet.

Copyright: William L
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 20756x10378
Taken: 29/06/2017
Uploaded: 29/06/2017
Updated: 14/07/2017
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Tags: clear lake; oregon; resort; woods; mckenzie river; lava flow; underwater forest; boat; row; rowboat; oars
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