The large mountain at right is North Peak at 12,242 feet and in the back at its left about 2 miles distant is more widely known Mount Conness at 12,590 feet. These peaks lay on the Sierra Crest, which forms the eastern border of Yosemite National Park with the eastern side of the crest here within the Hoover Wilderness. One can also make out a line atop the Conness Glacier, which is a bergschrund, where the moving ice breaks away from its headwall. It is one of the largest of the small remnant glaciers in the Sierra Nevada at over one mile in width. Morning September 17, 2003, 6x7 transparency of Fuji Provia 100F through my 55-100mm lens atop a Pentax 67 AEII.
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