Adams Glacier, Mt Adams, Washington, August 2007

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Photo Info
UploadedSeptember 11, 2013
TakenAugust 10, 2007
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D80
Exposure1/640 sec at f/5.6
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length105 mm
ISO100
46.26801166666700 -121.60775333333000

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Black and white image of the Adams Glacier on Mt Adams in Washington State as viewed from near Babyshoe Pass.

Adams Glacier is situated on the northwest flank of the 12,276-foot Mount Adams. Adams Glacier is the largest glacier on Mount Adams, and the second largest in the contiguous United States.

Image 070810-5247.

This image is available for purchase at prints.stevebisig.com/mountains-valleys/e7e9b3fbd

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