A hat, ski goggles, long sleeves, plus some favorite sunscreen, were absolutely necessary for protection from the glaring sun.
Note to self: never again forget to cover those spots on the neck and chin. Because at this elevation, on snow, big bad burns happen quickly.
What a gift, this photo. It calms me.
And I had no idea this was behind me.
This spot is near the base of the wall that one follows if hiking up to Camp Muir, thus where we had to turn around. Most definitely a stunning sight to see, snowshoe, and ski.