Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Photo: Late Spring, High Snow

The skiing runs at Grouse Mountain are easily visible from much of the Vancouver area--at night they're a chain of artificial constellations midway up the vault of the sky, and on clear days you can see where the trees give way to the snow and where the Eye of the Wind turbine spins away. I took this photo back in May from North Vancouver, when there was still plenty of snow on the slopes; even with a 4000-foot elevation, I don't imagine much snow would still be around now.

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