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Bridalveil Falls with a rainbow forming in its spray, dropping 620 into Yosemite Valley, displaying peak water flow in spring months from deep snowpack and warm weather melt.  Yosemite Valley, Yosemite National Park, California
Bridalveil Falls with a rainbow forming in its spray, dropping 620 into Yosemite Valley, displaying peak water flow in spring months from deep snowpack and warm weather melt. Yosemite Valley.
Location: Bridalveil Falls, Yosemite National Park, California
Image ID: 16160  
Vernal Falls and Merced River in spring, heavy flow due to snow melt in the high country above Yosemite Valley, Yosemite National Park, California
Vernal Falls and Merced River in spring, heavy flow due to snow melt in the high country above Yosemite Valley.
Location: Yosemite National Park, California
Image ID: 26878  
Glacial erratic boulders atop Olmsted Point, with the massive granite monoliths Half Dome and Clouds Rest in the background. Erratics are huge boulders left behind by the passing of glaciers which carved the granite surroundings into their present-day form.  When the glaciers melt, any boulders and other geologic material that it was carrying are left in place, sometimes many miles from their original location, Yosemite National Park, California
Glacial erratic boulders atop Olmsted Point, with the massive granite monoliths Half Dome and Clouds Rest in the background. Erratics are huge boulders left behind by the passing of glaciers which carved the granite surroundings into their present-day form. When the glaciers melt, any boulders and other geologic material that it was carrying are left in place, sometimes many miles from their original location.
Location: Yosemite National Park, California
Image ID: 23264  
Yosemite Falls rises above Cooks Meadow.  The 2425 falls, the tallest in North America, is at peak flow during a warm-weather springtime melt of Sierra snowpack.  Yosemite Valley, Yosemite National Park, California
Yosemite Falls rises above Cooks Meadow. The 2425 falls, the tallest in North America, is at peak flow during a warm-weather springtime melt of Sierra snowpack. Yosemite Valley.
Location: Yosemite Falls, Yosemite National Park, California
Image ID: 16141  
Bridalveil Falls with a rainbow forming in its spray, dropping 620 into Yosemite Valley, displaying peak water flow in spring months from deep snowpack and warm weather melt.  Yosemite Valley, Yosemite National Park, California
Bridalveil Falls with a rainbow forming in its spray, dropping 620 into Yosemite Valley, displaying peak water flow in spring months from deep snowpack and warm weather melt. Yosemite Valley.
Location: Bridalveil Falls, Yosemite National Park, California
Image ID: 16175  
Yosemite Falls rises above Cooks Meadow.  The 2425 falls, the tallest in North America, is at peak flow during a warm-weather springtime melt of Sierra snowpack.  Yosemite Valley, Yosemite National Park, California
Yosemite Falls rises above Cooks Meadow. The 2425 falls, the tallest in North America, is at peak flow during a warm-weather springtime melt of Sierra snowpack. Yosemite Valley.
Location: Yosemite Falls, Yosemite National Park, California
Image ID: 16136  
Yosemite Falls rises above Cooks Meadow.  The 2425 falls, the tallest in North America, is at peak flow during a warm-weather springtime melt of Sierra snowpack.  Yosemite Valley, Yosemite National Park, California
Yosemite Falls rises above Cooks Meadow. The 2425 falls, the tallest in North America, is at peak flow during a warm-weather springtime melt of Sierra snowpack. Yosemite Valley.
Location: Yosemite Falls, Yosemite National Park, California
Image ID: 16138  
North Peak (12242'), Conness Lake and green glacial meltwater, Hoover Wilderness, Conness Lakes Basin
North Peak (12242'), Conness Lake and green glacial meltwater, Hoover Wilderness.
Location: Conness Lakes Basin, Hoover Wilderness, California
Image ID: 31059  
Panorama dimensions: 6071 x 13284
Glacial erratic boulders atop Olmsted Point. Erratics are huge boulders left behind by the passing of glaciers which carved the granite surroundings into their present-day form.  When the glaciers melt, any boulders and other geologic material that it was carrying are left in place, sometimes many miles from their original location, Yosemite National Park, California
Glacial erratic boulders atop Olmsted Point. Erratics are huge boulders left behind by the passing of glaciers which carved the granite surroundings into their present-day form. When the glaciers melt, any boulders and other geologic material that it was carrying are left in place, sometimes many miles from their original location.
Location: Yosemite National Park, California
Image ID: 23265  
Glacial erratic boulders atop Olmsted Point. Erratics are huge boulders left behind by the passing of glaciers which carved the granite surroundings into their present-day form.  When the glaciers melt, any boulders and other geologic material that it was carrying are left in place, sometimes many miles from their original location, Yosemite National Park, California
Glacial erratic boulders atop Olmsted Point. Erratics are huge boulders left behind by the passing of glaciers which carved the granite surroundings into their present-day form. When the glaciers melt, any boulders and other geologic material that it was carrying are left in place, sometimes many miles from their original location.
Location: Yosemite National Park, California
Image ID: 23279  
Glacial erratic boulder atop Olmsted Point, with the massive granite monoliths Half Dome and Clouds Rest in the background. Erratics are huge boulders left behind by the passing of glaciers which carved the granite surroundings into their present-day form.  When the glaciers melt, any boulders and other geologic material that it was carrying are left in place, sometimes many miles from their original location, Yosemite National Park, California
Glacial erratic boulder atop Olmsted Point, with the massive granite monoliths Half Dome and Clouds Rest in the background. Erratics are huge boulders left behind by the passing of glaciers which carved the granite surroundings into their present-day form. When the glaciers melt, any boulders and other geologic material that it was carrying are left in place, sometimes many miles from their original location.
Location: Yosemite National Park, California
Image ID: 23280  
Bridalveil Falls with a rainbow forming in its spray, dropping 620 into Yosemite Valley, displaying peak water flow in spring months from deep snowpack and warm weather melt.  Yosemite Valley, Yosemite National Park, California
Bridalveil Falls with a rainbow forming in its spray, dropping 620 into Yosemite Valley, displaying peak water flow in spring months from deep snowpack and warm weather melt. Yosemite Valley.
Location: Bridalveil Falls, Yosemite National Park, California
Image ID: 16176  
Conness Lake with green glacial meltwaters, Hoover Wilderness, Conness Lakes Basin
Conness Lake with green glacial meltwaters, Hoover Wilderness.
Location: Conness Lakes Basin, Hoover Wilderness, California
Image ID: 31067  
Horizontal striations and layers in packed snow, melting and overhanging, seen from the edge of the snowpack, along a rocky beach, Brown Bluff
Horizontal striations and layers in packed snow, melting and overhanging, seen from the edge of the snowpack, along a rocky beach.
Location: Brown Bluff, Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica
Image ID: 24782  
Glacial melt waters, runoff, flows across an alluvial flood plain between mountains, on its way to Stromness Bay, Stromness Harbour
Glacial melt waters, runoff, flows across an alluvial flood plain between mountains, on its way to Stromness Bay.
Location: Stromness Harbour, South Georgia Island
Image ID: 24587  
Shackleton Falls, named for explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton, formed from glacial meltwaters, near Stromness Bay, Stromness Harbour
Shackleton Falls, named for explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton, formed from glacial meltwaters, near Stromness Bay.
Location: Stromness Harbour, South Georgia Island
Image ID: 24588  
Iceberg with scalloped erosion.  The eroded indentations on this iceberg were melted when this portion of the iceberg was underwater.  As it melted, the iceberg grew topheavy, eventually flipping and exposing this interesting surface, Paulet Island
Iceberg with scalloped erosion. The eroded indentations on this iceberg were melted when this portion of the iceberg was underwater. As it melted, the iceberg grew topheavy, eventually flipping and exposing this interesting surface.
Location: Paulet Island, Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica
Image ID: 24789  
Half Dome and Nevada Falls, with Liberty Cap between them, viewed from the John Muir Trail / Panorama Trail.  Nevada Falls is in peak spring flow from heavy snowmelt in the high country above Yosemite Valley, Yosemite National Park, California
Half Dome and Nevada Falls, with Liberty Cap between them, viewed from the John Muir Trail / Panorama Trail. Nevada Falls is in peak spring flow from heavy snowmelt in the high country above Yosemite Valley.
Location: Yosemite National Park, California
Image ID: 26857  
Half Dome and Nevada Falls, with Liberty Cap between them, viewed from the John Muir Trail / Panorama Trail.  Nevada Falls is in peak spring flow from heavy snowmelt in the high country above Yosemite Valley, Yosemite National Park, California
Half Dome and Nevada Falls, with Liberty Cap between them, viewed from the John Muir Trail / Panorama Trail. Nevada Falls is in peak spring flow from heavy snowmelt in the high country above Yosemite Valley.
Location: Yosemite National Park, California
Image ID: 26860  
Panorama dimensions: 4798 x 9590
North Peak (12242', center), Mount Conness (left, 12589') and Conness Lake with its green glacial meltwater, Hoover Wilderness, Conness Lakes Basin
North Peak (12242', center), Mount Conness (left, 12589') and Conness Lake with its green glacial meltwater, Hoover Wilderness.
Location: Conness Lakes Basin, Hoover Wilderness, California
Image ID: 31060  
Panorama dimensions: 6685 x 16072
Vernal Falls and Merced River in spring, heavy flow due to snow melt in the high country above Yosemite Valley, Yosemite National Park, California
Vernal Falls and Merced River in spring, heavy flow due to snow melt in the high country above Yosemite Valley.
Location: Yosemite National Park, California
Image ID: 07143  
Vernal Falls and Merced River in spring, heavy flow due to snow melt in the high country above Yosemite Valley, Yosemite National Park, California
Vernal Falls and Merced River in spring, heavy flow due to snow melt in the high country above Yosemite Valley.
Location: Yosemite National Park, California
Image ID: 07145  
Vernal Falls and Merced River in spring, heavy flow due to snow melt in the high country above Yosemite Valley, Yosemite National Park, California
Vernal Falls and Merced River in spring, heavy flow due to snow melt in the high country above Yosemite Valley.
Location: Yosemite National Park, California
Image ID: 07773  
Vernal Falls and Merced River in spring, heavy flow due to snow melt in the high country above Yosemite Valley, Yosemite National Park, California
Vernal Falls and Merced River in spring, heavy flow due to snow melt in the high country above Yosemite Valley.
Location: Yosemite National Park, California
Image ID: 07775  
Icicles and melting ice, hanging from the edge of an blue iceberg.  Is this the result of climate change and global warming?, Brown Bluff
Icicles and melting ice, hanging from the edge of an blue iceberg. Is this the result of climate change and global warming?.
Location: Brown Bluff, Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica
Image ID: 24799  
Icicles and melting ice, hanging from the edge of an blue iceberg.  Is this the result of climate change and global warming?, Brown Bluff
Icicles and melting ice, hanging from the edge of an blue iceberg. Is this the result of climate change and global warming?.
Location: Brown Bluff, Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica
Image ID: 24800  
Icicles and melting ice, hanging from the edge of an blue iceberg.  Is this the result of climate change and global warming?, Brown Bluff
Icicles and melting ice, hanging from the edge of an blue iceberg. Is this the result of climate change and global warming?.
Location: Brown Bluff, Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica
Image ID: 24803  
Icicles and melting ice, hanging from the edge of an blue iceberg.  Is this the result of climate change and global warming?, Brown Bluff
Icicles and melting ice, hanging from the edge of an blue iceberg. Is this the result of climate change and global warming?.
Location: Brown Bluff, Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica
Image ID: 24804  
Iceberg with scalloped erosion.  The eroded indentations on this iceberg were melted when this portion of the iceberg was underwater.  As it melted, the iceberg grew topheavy, eventually flipping and exposing this interesting surface, Paulet Island
Iceberg with scalloped erosion. The eroded indentations on this iceberg were melted when this portion of the iceberg was underwater. As it melted, the iceberg grew topheavy, eventually flipping and exposing this interesting surface.
Location: Paulet Island, Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica
Image ID: 24827  
Iceberg with scalloped erosion.  The eroded indentations on this iceberg were melted when this portion of the iceberg was underwater.  As it melted, the iceberg grew topheavy, eventually flipping and exposing this interesting surface, Paulet Island
Iceberg with scalloped erosion. The eroded indentations on this iceberg were melted when this portion of the iceberg was underwater. As it melted, the iceberg grew topheavy, eventually flipping and exposing this interesting surface.
Location: Paulet Island, Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica
Image ID: 24828