Weekend Reflections ~ Mt. Baker & Egg Lake

James, over at Newton Area Photo
hosts a fun meme called Weekend Reflections.
Grab a camera and play along.
And even if you don’t join the fun,
be sure to check out James’ dazzling photos.
Egg Lake

Egg Lake

Egg Lake had a beautiful mirror finish. I had to stop and photograph the clouds floating on the water.

Egg Lake

Egg Lake

I turned and looked the opposite way, and caught the trees admiring their reflection in the water.

Mt. Baker & Egg Lake

Mt. Baker & Egg Lake

Please biggie this photo. One of the perks of being an Avon Lady is getting invited into many beautiful homes.  A home I visited high above Egg Lake has this breathtaking view of both Mt. Baker and Egg Lake.

27 thoughts on “Weekend Reflections ~ Mt. Baker & Egg Lake

    • Akelamalu — I agree! I walked into the living room, saw the view through the window and stopped dead. When I exclaimed how beautiful it was, the lady of the house didn’t even look up. She said in a half-bored voice, “Oh, can you see the mountain today?”

  1. *Sighing a deep breath!*
    Those views of the reflections and the mountain/lake scenery are breathtakingly beautiful!
    I can almost smell the fresh air (something I highly miss here, you sometimes get a wee bit early in the morning)!

    • ‘Tsuki — you know, so far I haven’t tried to hike around that lake. The edges are so marshy I am not certain it is possible to circle it very closely.

  2. So beautiful! I was wondering why the lake would be called Egg Lake, but when i read Mount Baker, well I put 2 and 2 together that a baker needs eggs to do his thing with. Makes sense. 🙂


  3. I have never seen clouds reflected in water. This is awesome and absolutely beautiful.. To think that just a turn of the body could give you such a contrasting view of the fall colors. Beautiful.

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