Lake Chelan In Color and Black and White
Thursday 7 February 2013 — Category: Outings
Columbia Gorge, taking a short detour to a Stonehenge replica, and then continuing north on U.S. Route 97, I finally reached my destination for the day: Chelan, Washington.
Located at the southeastern end of the fjord-like Lake Chelan, it is the launching point for the fifty-mile, four-hour boat trip up the lake to Stehekin at the other end. I enjoyed a great dinner at the Tin Lilly restaurant, then made my way down to the waterfront, where I got some great shots of a sunset enhanced by smoke from the region’s forest fires.
After a good night’s sleep at the Lakeside Lodge & Suites (it was still a Best Western when I stayed there), I boarded the Lady of the Lake the next morning in time for the 8:30 departure. The majority of these photos were taken from the ship as we made our way northwest, deeper into the mountains.
The more I converted my dull, drab color photos into monochrome, the more thrilled I was with the results! I think they turned out much better than the color photos, and reveal a different side of this gorgeous landscape.
It is an interesting coincidence that I ended up with 38 photos in the color Lake Chelan 2012 album, AND 38 photos in the Lake Chelan 2012 B&W album. If you want to experience the full range of Lake Chelan’s beauty, be sure to view the photos in BOTH albums.
It is also interesting and exciting to note that the color Lake Chelan 2012 collection is the 100th photo album on this Web site! These albums represent a lot of time, effort, equipment and travel over a period of seven years. It’s been a great photographic journey — and it’s not over yet!
For a complete list of all the blog entries and photo albums resulting from my trip to Lake Chelan, be sure to check out the September 2012 Lake Chelan Photo Outing Recap
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