Saturday, April 28, 2007

Saturday Photo Hunt #23 - Rare

We had a road trip to Okanagan in the summer of 2006. The views on the way to there are amazing. We passed by a couple of beautiful lakes and forests. We had a lot of fun and plan to do it again this year if time permits. I picked this photo because I think the blue of the lake is RARE - uncommon. What do you think?

Kalamalka Lake, Vernon
Kalamalka Lake, Vernon, B.C. Canada


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15 comments:

Lisa said...

*Gasp* What a gorgeous view! Beautiful shot. :)

sarala said...

Beautiful. I forgot to do ww yesterday. It was a crazy day.
Enjoy your Thursday.

Frances said...

Such a beautiful blue.
It must have been amazing seeing it in person.
Thanks for sharing,
Frances

Jackie said...

Absolute heaven :)

Crazy Working Mom said...

Wow, that is breathtaking!
Rare to see something so beautiful.

Barbara H. said...

Lovely! I have only seen one other really blue lake in CA -- they said the color had to do with the minerals there.

jennyr said...

COOL!!! amazing view!!! the water is so enticing!

Jenn in Holland said...

really lovely view. I certainly don't know many lakes with that kind of blue water! Well done.

Heart of Rachel said...

Absolutely stunning! Thanks for sharing.

UKZoe said...

it seems I am saying this a lot today, but WOW!

Bengbeng said...

i dont know about the blue being rare but it is a beautiful shot. makes me wish I could be there :)

Debi said...

Oh what a beautiful photo! Ah, what I wouldn't give to be there right now.

srp said...

You are right this is a rare form of blue... gorgeous shot!

meeyauw said...

I agree, it is a gorgeous blue, with a hint of green that makes it jewel-like!

OCOI Studios said...

The lake's name, Kalamalka means "Many colored waters" in the First Nations (Indian) language. The vareigated hues of blue and blue green make this breathtakingly beautiful. As a child, I learned to swim in this lake. --Barry N