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This is one in a series of views of different forces of erosion acting on the land in David Thompson Country. Great channels have been carved into the structure of  Mt. Michener over uncountable years. Avalanches of snow, streams of meltwater and crumbled bits of the mountains itself continue to make their way down these channels year after year, eating ever deeper into the mountain and slowly reducing it to rubble at the bottom of the lake below.
Erosion 7, David Thompson Country
Alberta Canada


This is one in a series of views of different forces of erosion acting on the land in David Thompson Country. Great channels have been carved into the structure of Mt. Michener over uncountable years. Avalanches of snow, streams of meltwater and crumbled bits of the mountains itself continue to make their way down these channels year after year, eating ever deeper into the mountain and slowly reducing it to rubble at the bottom of the lake below.
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  • mountain
  • snow
  • trees
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  • fall
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  • Mt. Michener
  • David Thompson Country
  • Alberta
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