A front came through yesterday, giving unusually clear air. Last night, Mt Jefferson yielded some remarkable shots as did Sisters - Mt. Multnomah ( You HAVE to enlarge this one!) and Mt. Hood 70 miles to the north.
I headed out this morning around 8:30, early for me, and got a few local shots. I finally saw the reservoir flat enough to give me a reflection.
After breakfast, I drove north about 65 miles to a little pond called Little Crater Lake. It is a spring that rises under pressure from a trapped porous layer on the southern slopes near Mt. Hood. (Yes, those are trees on the bottom that have fallen in over the years.)
After a final shot of Mt. Hood reflected in a lake, it was time to head south.