At an elevation of 9,500 ft. Rock Creek and the lake it feeds, was under 25 ft of snow in April. The run-off from melting snow is extraordinary. The lake is at the high water mark and Rock Creek is feeding it at a tremendous rate. At times, the roar of water cascading into the lake was deafening! There were so many opportunities to take incredible photographs, that I just have to post a few more. Getting up at dawn with the fishermen is why the lake was so glassy and I was able to get the reflection so perfect. It pays to be a morning person when you are a photographer!!