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Lower north face of Big Four Mountain

 
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Lower north face of Big Four Mountain
At 1,900 feet, this is the lowest permanent ice in the entire Cascade Range. Meltwater from the cliffs above has formed attractive caves in the snow and ice below.

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TimBVery cool

TimB

Voted 10/10

Are those 'threads' of water ice, or liquid water?
Either way, a really neat scene, Joel.
Posted Dec 29, 2010 2:48 pm

JoelSkokRe: Very cool

JoelSkok

Hasn't voted

If I remember right it was water. This was way back in 1980. Thanks for your comment, I'll keep looking for more interesting pictures to post---and go and look at your's again.
Posted Dec 29, 2010 5:30 pm

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JoelSkokSubmitted by JoelSkok
on Dec 29, 2010 2:35 pm

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Object Title: Lower north face of Big Four Mountain

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