Friday Field Foto #85: Sinuous channels in glacial ice
This week’s Friday Field Foto is from the toe of the Athabasca Glacier in the Canadian Rockies. We were on our way to see these rocks and only had enough time to do the short walk to the front of the glacier from the parking lot.
I just thought it was cool how this small meltwater channels organized themselves into sinuous patterns.
Here’s a view zoomed out a bit. I don’t study glaciers … if you do, please feel free to comment below.