Gas Works Park, Seattle, Washington
U-Shaped valleys are just what they sound like – a valley shaped like a “U”. These valleys are the result of glaciers carving further into an existing depression created from a river called a v-shaped valley. The valley is transformed from gradually sloping side to steep sides and a flat bottom. Rivers often remain from glacial melting that replace the original river. U-shaped valleys are found at high mountain altitudes worldwide.
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Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Washington
Mount Rainier, Seattle Washington
Driving south into Seattle Washington the road curved to the east and this is what I saw. This huge beautiful mountain seemed to float in a bed of clouds over the city. It seemed so close as if it came from nowhere to settle over the city but in fact it was nearly 80 miles away.
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