Enthusiastic groups marched up the terminal moraine near Bradley and Taggert Lakes looking for geological clues.
The dining lodge glows invitingly pre-dawn.
Merran, Parker and Kaylea.
Snowshoeing up the trail.
Escaping the “ring of fire”
What can you learn from a map?
Group 2 poses on the terminal moraine under Grand Teton after learning about the geology of the area — specifically the effect of glaciation.
Leaving Bradley-Taggert before the snow arrives.
Some pics from Brad Warrick…
Digging into snow science
Measuring layers and density.
Gauging temperatures at different depths.
And some pics from Lynne Scott…
Students presented their results of a hypothesis to practice the scientific method in preparation of our research day.
Snowy landscape outside our cabins lit by a headlamp. One minute exposure of two images blended together in PhotoShop using the Screen Blend Mode.
We will explore night photography more…