Earth draws a line in the snow.

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UploadedAugust 17, 2007
TakenMay 23, 2007
ModelCanon PowerShot Pro1
Exposure1/2000 sec at f/5
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length8.125 mm
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From the vantage point of our seats in the deHavilland Twin Otter, we could see miles of glacial moraine left by the leading edge of a retreating glacier amidst the sky-high peaks of Haines, Alaska. An hour seemed like a minute in this pristine environment; what a dichotomy when action taking place over hundreds of years results in such a dramatic impact.

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  • Audrey Kanekoa-Madrid

    Audrey Kanekoa-Madrid (Deleted) gave props (17 Aug 2007):

    Beautiful and wonderful description!

  • TJ Randall

    TJ Randall said (20 Aug 2007):

    Thanks Audrey - it's great when someone takes the time to comment :) Cheers!

  • Jennifer Buehrer

    Jennifer Buehrer said (29 Aug 2007):

    how is that possible.. that's incredible. that had to have been a great vacation

  • TJ Randall

    TJ Randall said (12 Mar 2008):

    Looking back at this I wish there was a sense of scale in this photo: you wouldn't be able to even see a person standing near the morraine!

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