I finally found time to create a little panorama of my dissertation field site in Great Basin National Park. The landform in the middle of the largest cirque (Lehman Cirque) is a rock glacier - similar to a glacier except there is a greater percentage of rock fragments (i.e. - talus and frost shattered bedrock) than ice that make up this type of landform. On the far left slope you can see solifluction lobes defined by snow and at the mouth of Lehman Cirque you can see a well-preserved lateral moraine. Please note, if you click on the image below a Quicktime movie will open, which is not static and allow you to "explore" this fantastic landscape.