Sheets of snow cover mountains, that at some point will have to release the weight of accumulated snow to the valleys and basins below. Here is where snow will experience states of melting and freezing as the weather changes. And just like the clouds and the mountains, this weight will become to heavy and start pressing and grinding down the valley as a glacier.
When clouds become snow, and snow becomes ice, and ice forms into glaciers, we are left with an awe inspiring river of change that moves slowly. Well until melt season. And if you get the chance to travel deep into the belly of a glacier, like the Matanuska, you will get to see the spectrum of light, that highlights the heaviness of a Glacier’s blue hues.