Views of Oregon
We hope you will enjoy these images of Oregon. Known for its natural beauty and the environmental awareness of the inhabitants of the state. Oregon is also a great place to live, work and do business.
These photographs were taken by Ted W. Anderson, the founder and owner of Anderson Technologies. Click on the picture to see the full-size image. A note before viewing the photos in their full-size format: Some of the images will be large! They could take a moment or so to load.
Western Oregon's geologic history is the result of titanic forces involving the sub-duction of the Juan De Fuca Plate under the North American Plate. The resulting volcanism has given us the imposing Cascades, a mountain range that stretches the length of Oregon. The great Crater Lake came into being when, in one great eruption, the top mile of the mountain was blown off in an unimaginable explosion about 6,700 years ago. The mountain is still 9,500ft tall! Some time later in the resulting crater a cinder cone, we now call Wizard Island, was formed. The water now in the lake is some of the purest and clearest in the world. The depth of the lake is nearly 2,000ft, making it the deepest in North America.
This is one national park that is really worth seeing. There is a road around the crater rim (only open for a few months of the year) with many places to pull off and view the beautiful lake. You can even hike from the crater rim down to the lake's edge and take a boat ride tour around the lake and see for your self. You can even get off the boat at Wizard Island and walk around, take a swim in the lake, or hike to the top if the island for a great view of the inside of the crater! The blue color of the water is incredible! It is a unique color of blue, like no other that you will ever see.
CRATER LAGOON, WIZARD ISLAND, CRATER LAKE NATIONAL PARK
VIEW FROM TOP OF WIZARD ISLAND, CRATER LAKE NATIONAL PARK
Myself and two friends swam the span between the Wizard Island lava flows and the crater rim a few years back. The water was quite crisp to say the least but the view was one of a kind!
TOKETEE FALLS, NORTH UMPQUA RIVER
TREE TRUNK ON THE ROGUE-UMPQUA DIVIDE
FAWN LILY, UPPER TABLE ROCK
FOX GLOVE, LITHIA PARK
IVY IN BLOOM, LITHIA PARK , ASHLAND
LOG BRIDGE AT LINTON LAKE
LINTON LAKE, THREE SISTERS WILDERNESS
SCOTCH BROOM FLOWER
SHOOTING STAR, LOWER TABLE ROCK
UPPER RED BLANKET FALLS, SKY LAKES WILDERNESS
KOOSAH FALLS, McKENZIE RIVER, WILLAMETTE NATIONAL FOREST
UPPER PROXY FALLS, THREE SISTERS WILDERNESS
LOWER PROXY FALLS, THREE SISTERS WILDERNESS
CLOSE UP, LOWER PROXY FALLS
SAHALIE FALLS, McKENZIE RIVER, WILLAMETTE NATIONAL FOREST
DRIFTWOOD FOOT, 4 MILE LAKE
SINGLE LADYBUG, NATURE'S PEST CONTROL
LADYBUGS, NATURE'S PEST CONTROL
TOTALLY LADYBUGS, NATURE'S PEST CONTROL
This is not Oregon, just close.
MOUNT SHASTA, NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
We hope that these photos have provided some pleasure and that you will visit Oregon soon! If you would be interested in purchasing one of these beautiful photographs or would like more information on other prints from the library of Ted W. Anderson, please click on the link at the bottom of this page. Thank you for choosing Anderson Technologies for all your printing needs.
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