Example Session 2
Crater Lake formed approximately 800 years ago when an ancient volcano exploaded and then collapsed. Flowing lava cooled to seal the bottom, and water collected to fill the lake to a depth of almost 2,000 feet. One prominent feature is Wizard Island, surrounded by lake water, with an extinct volcanic cinder cone in its center, rising about 750 feet above the lake's surface.
"[Advanced visual] of joint water/land conjunction. Impression of land/water coming together. Seonsory impressions of greens and yellows, sandy granular texture. Ovoid, boat-shaped, kidney, bean-shaped, surrounded by water. Wind + water,brine, rocks slippery & shiny. Then a transition to high elevation & calm, spray, hissing. Sense of loneliness. Land mass surrounded by water with higher evelation at center. Extinct volcano or mountain on an island surrounded by water."