Tuesday, June 2, 2009

May 28, 2009 [6]
An old Whitebark Pine lends itself as the perfect prop as I get a picture of the galciers at the head of Torrey Creek. I have made many trips up into that country and once to the top. Some seemingly nightmares with horrible weather conditions and other days of weather pretty much like this morning. All these memories I will forever carry along with the beauty indelibly etched into my mind. Ross Lake sits at the head of the valley just below the snow line seen here. A long narrow lake ringed by towering faces of granite and overhanging waterfalls it sits amongst a string of rugged lakes interspersed with the raging runs of Torrey Creek. Much of this area of Torrey Creek can only be accessed by climbing gear.

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