August Shadows

The Hulahula River valley was formed by a glacier moving toward the Arctic Ocean. Looking down valley, its classic U-shape reveals its origin. At intermittent points, side canyons created by stream erosion open the main valley to sunlight pouring in from the west.


Image © 1988 by Douglas Yates

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