July 27, 2016 Watson Lake near Prescott, AZ.
The Phoenix Camera Club had a field trip to Watson Lake near Prescott, Arizona. This small lake is in an area where many granite boulders are located. The area supports a good recreation and camping area, where many people enjoy kayaking and fishing on the lake. It is also a nice area for photography. We went to the lake in hopes that monsoon clouds and storms might be present and nature did not disappoint. We did not have any storms close by, but saw two separate storms in the distance. The final clouds were majestic and colorful right at sunset.
7 thoughts on “Watson Lake”
Outstanding landscape compositions, bet you have some excellent b&w opportunities here
Thanks for the vote of confidence. I will be looking into whether any can be converted to b&w.
Your photos are lovely! What a stunning area
Thanks for the kind comments. It was hard climbing over the rocks, but many view points.
Beautiful pictures . Keith is having radiation at the Mayo Clinic satellite in Eau Claire Wisconsin . It is going very well .
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So beautiful,Reflectios the Sunsets are faves!
Nice shots of the lake, Charles.
But, wow, I see the water line is way low. Sometimes I think we’re going to have to leave AZ like the ancient people did over 1000 years ago. Sigh. You may someday be saying to youngsters, “That was when Watson Lake used to have water in it.”