Stillness beneath the thunder.
What if the mountain above me could speak?
Tell me its story?
What have you seen?
Her answer is silence.
Some thoughts inspired by Manzanita Lake, in Lassen Volcanic National Park (click on the photo to see available prints.) The white peak in the background is Lassen Peak. My daughter and I, made a trip up there yesterday. To see how much snow there was in the park. During winter most of the roads are closed. You’ll have to bring your snow shoes. Some time by the end of May, the majority of the park usually opens up. I think that is the most beautiful time for a visit, just when they open up after winter. The lakes, and creeks are full of water, and everything is alive.
They hadn’t opened up the main road yet, it was still too much snow. It was definitely worth a visit anyways. Manzanita Lake, in the photo above, is right by one of the entrances. That sight alone is worth a visit, right?
We could follow the road that passed by this lake for about ten more miles, before massive amounts of snow forced them to close the road. This park is one of my favorite places in the whole world, and our little adventure will be a separate post 🙂
Enjoy this beautiful day!
Love & Light, Always