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Thursday, February 28, 2008

Klamath Lake

Nearly 30 miles long and up to eight miles wide, and covering 133 square miles, the lake is largest body of freshwater west of the Rockies, filling a basin created when the earth's crust dropped along fault lines on both sides.
I thought this cloud looked like Flipper, what do you think?

14 comments:

Paulie said...

Beautiful lake and cute Flipper -- I see him!

dot said...

Wow, those are great and yes it does look like flipper! Is it Sky Watch day and I'm mixed up? lol

Daniel J Santos said...

I agree.

Two excellent photos, well done.

Donna said...

That IS Flipper!!! How Neat!!

Nessa said...

I see the dolphin, too.

Luke said...

there's a dolphin for sure! great shots!

madretz said...

Yup, I see Flipper, too!

Old Wom Tigley said...

Flipper for sure... what a truely great capture that one was.. :O)

Kostas said...

Splendid photographs, in the second cloud it resembles as a enormous dolphin!

starnitesky said...

What an amazing sky, I can see flipper too!

rosemary said...

Yup, that's Flipper. I have never been to Klamath....my dad used to drive truck and said it was a beautiful place but that was decades ago.

Small City Scenes said...

That does look like Flipper. I like Bend, Ore. I used to want to live there but other issues got in the way. MB

Dick said...

It is Flipper, definitely.

Meggie said...

It absolutely does look like a dolphin...perhaps Flipper!