My husband and I, along with our four kids in college and beyond live in western Washington, but we like to venture further afield when time permits. We have enjoyed photography wherever we have gone and hope to add a little new perspective to any who may stop by to enjoy a bit of our journeys. We appreciate your interest and comments! Weather is also a passion of mine, so please drop by my blog for my musings about our weather here in the Puget Sound region!
Nisqually Glacier Moraine
Uploaded by: PugetSoundPost
Wednesday October 10, 2012
Caption: The ridge of dirt running through the photo is a moraine, the giant pile of dirt and rock pushed up as the glacier scoured downhill long ago. The glacier has receded but it remains, with meltwater flowing off of it currently, creating the headwaters of the Nisqually River. The surrounding meadows at that level are also painted with fall color.
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