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Winter’s Goodbye – April Snow

Winter's Goodbye – April Snow

Winter’s Goodbye – April Snow

Winter's Goodbye – April Snow

Winter’s Goodbye – April Snow

Photos by Marc Donadieu / Glacier City Gazette

An early spring snowstorm dumped about 6 inches of wet snow on Girdwood April 19, leading to photographic opportunities to enjoy it while it lasted.

Clockwise from top left:
Snowy reflections at Bird Point; A snow covered log beside Glacier Creek; Grass and mudflat (Bird Point); Snow sticks to one side of a ghost tree, offering contrast and texture; Rippled mud from the receded tide; Overlooking Turnagain Arm from Bird Point during low tide; Snow takes on a different texture when exposed to seawater; Melting snow drips into a pond, distorting reflections pleasantly; (Center top) Glacier Creek; (Center) Bird Point is full of sights any
time of year.