Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by uscrx, Jul 5, 2013.
In Lassen National Park, Northern Cal
Taken with E-P2 with Panasonic 14-45mm.
Is that salt and minerals and the walkways are to keep the plebs off the stuff?
Nice shots! Love Lassen - thank goodness unlike Yosemite it is still relatively under-discovered. A pity they had to overdo the walkways, but I guess that's that park service for ya.
Get a whiff of the steam there.. rotten egg shall we say?
As a resident of Shasta county, I think we're ok with uncrowded national parks.
And we have many parks and trails!
That's how I feel about Victoria (my home before last year) and Vancouver (now). Vancouver has loads of amazing places, but they're crawling with people. It's much easier to get a piece of solitary nature around Victoria.
I understand the reason for the walkways. But it's still a shame.
I agree. Its a bit of a shame that we find it necessary to create one blight to protect against another.
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