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Probing a circle for crevasses, before unroping. Alaskan glaciers are among the biggest in the world, and have very deep crevasses, which are difficult to spot. Denali, Alaska (color)

Probing a circle for crevasses, before unroping. Alaskan glaciers are among the biggest in the world, and have very deep crevasses, which are difficult to spot. Denali, Alaska

Photo ID# mcki3327   photographed on 35mm film
Subjects: Atmosphere and Sky , Geology , High Altitude , Ice and Snow , Mountaineering , Mountains , Outdoor Recreation , Outside , People and Activities , Permanent Snow , Scenics with Sky , Snowy Peaks , Sun

Themes: Alaska Glacier 


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