27th March 2016
It was quite a pleasant day on Creag Meagaidh with a fair bit of sunshine and a few snow showers.
Cornice debris at about 950 metres. It is sometimes hard to tell how old debris is, in this case I think it most likely came down during the recent mild spell.
Swirlies (or if you are a fluid dynamicist, vortex cores) blowing fresh snow about.
Coire Ardair and Coire a Chriochairein. Note the fracture running across the ice in the middle of the Loch. This was not there yesterday, and was probably caused by the shear forces acting of the surface of the ice overnight when the wind was strong.
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