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Discussion in 'B&W images' started by Jim Dockery, Jan 5, 2020.
The west face of Mt. Baker in late afternoon winter light.
Brilliant white - and lots of it. How deep do the snow deposits get on that mountain?
That sure stands out Jim, great work.
Thanks for the comments guys.
Alan, being the northern most volcano, Mt. Baker normally gets the most annual snow of any of the monitored sites in the state. 2018 was 844 in. Of course what you are looking at in this picture is mostly glacial ice covered with a relatively thin layer of new snow.
Several years ago it recorded almost 1200” if I recall.
great image btw Jim.
Jim, it should be hanging.
Awesome shot - enough said.