June Lakes Loop by 365projectorgchristine

June Lakes Loop

June Lake's looped valley, often described as a horseshoe-shaped canyon, was formed by glacial action. The Rush Creek glacier split in two when it encountered the resistant rock of what is now known as Reversed Peak. The main glacier flowed toward the north creating the Rush Creek Canyon. Another glacial branch turned south and east, but its flow was impeded and eventually stopped as the granitic bedrock on this southern branch created an uphill path toward the volcanic area of the Mono Craters. When the glacier receded it left behind terminal moraine material in the area now known as Oh! Ridge.
Beautiful landscape shot
January 24th, 2023  
A splendid landscape scene - fav!

Ian
January 24th, 2023  
Fabulous view
January 24th, 2023  
Such an incredible scene, especially from so high up.
January 24th, 2023  
what a vista
January 24th, 2023  
Beautiful
January 24th, 2023  
Beautiful view and shot.
January 24th, 2023  
A superb lanscape
January 24th, 2023  
As far as the eye can see ! beautiful
January 25th, 2023  
Nice one :)
January 25th, 2023  
A lovely snowy scene.
That slope looks steep!
January 26th, 2023  
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