Stillaguamish River Boulders
Stillaguamish River Valley, Washington

It was a wet and cold winter day. The river was running high with water but not high enough to obscure these fantastic boulders, which I've photographed on several occasions over the years. What made me stop with excitement was the color of the water. The early winter was filled with cold days and then warm days and wet days, causing the ice fields in the mountains to release glacial silt into the streams which then feed the Stilly, as the river is known locally.

By the way, the main boulder is larger than a vehicle, just to give the scene a little scale...or a lot of scale.

 
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