I like this photo as it shows a LOT of the line, but it's a bit misleading. What appears to be the thin, horizontal band of rock in the middle is actually a pretty wide, downward angled shelf.
There is quite a bit more ski-able snow hidden behind it. In other words, what appears to be a short ski-able section above is actually quite long and it is then followed by the other ski-able section below it that is the focus of this picture.
I'm making these comments for people who've not been there and may be using these photos as research, and not so much for the original poster - EP12004 - as I'm sure he's aware of all this.
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