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    Crater Lake on a crisp, clear, snowy day in May. One of the purest waters in the world and the deepest lake in the United States. The water in Crater Lake has not been contaminated by outside sources and is fed only from rain and snow. Over 7,000 years old the crater itself was formed from a volcano top that collapsed inward creating a caldera and forming what is known today as Crater Lake National Park near Union Creek, Oregon.
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    Date Uploaded: May 29, 2018
    Location: Union Creek, Oregon, United States
    Copyright: © Shelly Hardage-Wilkerson
    Categories: Places, Adventure, Travel
    Contests: 2018 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year