White Horse, except for his blue eyes
COWS! COWS! We have COWS!
(one of my favorite movie quotes…anyone know what movie???)
Free range cows, Caribou National Forest, Idaho
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Once all glass was made this way as a necessity, now glass blowing is largely an art.
Glass Blower at Jamestown Glasshouse
Historic Jamestowne, Colonial National Historic Park, Virginia
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Lewis Falls, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming: Overview of the area
Lewis Falls & my daughter: relationship to area gives some perspective on size
Lewis Falls & fisherman: this shows more detail of the falls as well as the presence of the fisherman who wasn’t visible in the above photos. This gives an even greater perspective on size. He was in the other photos just not visible.
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Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
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A cirque is a semicircular shaped bedrock feature high on mountainside partially surrounded on three sides by steep cliffs. Cirques are created by the advancing and retreating of glaciers. The basin becomes deeper and wider in diameter each year as it continues to be eroded. An interesting feature of a cirque is the tarn or glacial lake which results from melting glaciers.
Cirque, Grand Teton, Wyoming
Sometimes multiple cirques will form, the rock in between is an arête, a steep ridge dividing the two cirques. When three cirques form the result is a glacial horn (or pyramidal peak) such as the Matterhorn in the Alps or Irene’s Arête in the Tetons.
Cirques and arêtes, Mount Moran, Wyoming
Photos taken at Grand Teton National Park
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