Little Red Blip
A visitor to Big Four Ice Caves stands below a waterfall amid large rocks and debris which has likely fallen from a previous rock slide.
Along the Stillaguamish River
There was rain off and on during this excursion, requiring many wipes of the lens, but enjoyable nonetheless.
Along the Stillaguamish River II
Metal bridge over the Stillaguamish River
Skimmed with Snow
Top-left of Big Four Mountain, Washington
Gritty, Dirty and Slippery
A very slippery path to Big Four Ice Caves. Not a lot of pristine snow to be seen, but the view is amazing nonetheless.
Big Four Ice Caves
So little snow, so little time
Follow the trail to the waterfall
Danger Be Damned!
Two young men ascend the snow and ice pack which forms the Big Four Ice Caves. They would eventually make it all the way to the top and back down. While on a distant hillside taking pictures of their daring-do, I wondered if their parents might like a picture.
Big Rocks for Little Thinkers
A woman reflects upon the massive boulders and waterfall before her.
Big Four Falls, Washington, near Big Four Ice Caves
V vs. V
Big Four Ice Caves, Washington
Grand Ole Tree Trunk
On the path heading back to the parking lot at Big Four Ice Caves in Washington.
Falling Over Trunk
Along the trail to Big Four Ice Caves.
Big Four Moutain
One of the last pictures I took on this trip to Big four Ice Caves. My hands were nearly frozen at this point, making it difficult to operate the camera and tripod.