Mud Creek, yesterday, today, and on top

Top photos by Inga Dorosz and bottom photos by Rock Knocker.

Yesterday on left                               Today on right

~ by bigsurkate on May 22, 2017.

8 Responses to “Mud Creek, yesterday, today, and on top”

  1. yep – the bridge being finished may be old news by the time the mountain stops

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  2. Any observation from Rock Knocker or anyone on the upper slide face. Is it still active, or did it clear a more stable surface?

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  3. Still active all the way up to SMT

    bigsurkate

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  4. Wow!

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  5. California slippng into the ocean……

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  6. Thanks for the pictures Kate. May I note that pictures 1835 and 1836 appear to be taken at nearly the same time on the same day with 1836 just being zoomed closer in. Take a look at the edge of the material in the ocean. They look virtually identical to me in both. Sterling

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  7. Oh, heck. Maybe I put up the wrong one. I’ll see if I can correct it in daylight. Only up for a bit this early.

    bigsurkate

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  8. Thank you for the unique top perspective…and frightening that even from there everything you can see is some sort of slide debris remnant!

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