Haystack Butte in Glacier
National Park. During the spring and early
summer, water from all the meltin snow cascades down from the high peaks
along the Continental Divide. The water has eroded away much of the rock,
leading to an interesting "staircase" effect. The water, when
viewed up close, seems to roll down these staircases. As summer wears
on and the snow melts, much of the free flowing water in Glacier Park
sort of disappears.
Photo Date : June 3rd, 2003
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