Lassen Volcanic National Park is a lesser known National Park, but we don’t see why, judging by it’s beautiful landscapes, and pure, clear glacial waters. Located on the northeastern edge of the Sacramento valley in northern California, it receives about half a million visitors a year, as compared to over 4 million visitors a year to Yosemite. These photos by Patrick Mueller showcases some really lovely views of the ice blue waters of the melted glacial pools, and starry expanses of the stars at night. Via Behance:
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