Lake Tahoe is a large fresh water lake in the Sierra Nevada of United States. It is located on the state line of California and Nevada. The lake is 1645 feet deep making it the second deepest lake in the USA (#1 is Crater Lake in Oregon). Lake Tahoe is a major tourist attraction in both California and Nevada. It is home to a number of ski resorts, summer recreation areas, and other tourist attractions. The Nevada side also includes high amounts of casinos which also attracts quite some people.
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Today's post will be landscapes again. There is only 7 more photos today. LOL I'm trying to evenly distribute the rest of my photos. Anyways, I think the first few photos is of Donner Lake. Not that sure though. XD Seriously Canon, why you didn't give the EOS 7D built-in geo-tagging features?!
A photo of Donner Lake. On the mountain in the distance is the Abandoned Central Pacific Railroad (CPRR) Tunnels.
Another photo of Donner Lake
This season was so dry. All that snow you see is artificial... This is Soda Springs. They were being very strict on who can get in this year. If you wanted to get in, you have to pay $5. I guess it is so the snow won't melt that fast as this would turn away a lot of people. I didn't go in. LOL Cheap Asian here. :P I took a few photos from outside and left.
Photo of Lake Tahoe. From up above!
Beginning of the Truckee River. Right across the street from the Lake Tahoe Dam.
A pier in Lake Tahoe.
The next post will be 7 more post of landscape photography. I have 12 more photos left, usually I'd put them all into one post, but a few of them I reserved for an introduction to circular polarizers. So... :) Anyways, don't forget to share today's post with family and friends!
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