Thousands of years ago, a snowflake fell. Swept by the wind and channeled by the contours of this basin it came to rest. The passing millennia of snow slowly crushed it into the cobalt blue ice of a glacier. As time passed it flowed downhill, carving the age-old stone.
This evening, the snowflake melted. Released at last, it joined others and tumbled into this stream. A ribbon of colour and life in a landscape of rock and ice.
Location: Purcell Mountain Range