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Beneath Lower Byron Glacier
Alaska

Here is a pano taken from the snow cave where Byron Creek flows out of the lower part of the glacier. It was worth getting my shoes wet for this photo.

Copyright: Scott harper
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Tags: alaska; chugach national forest; alpine; outdoors; nature; glacier
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