The Northwest Face of Devil's Thumb, in Alaska, is rarely visible due to the storms that pound the highest altitudes of the coastal regions. Great masses of ice broken by crevasses hundreds of feet deep stretch across the permanent Winter here, descending from some of the most ominous cliffs on Earth, ones which have turned back every attempt to climb them ever made and killed several in the process! I hope you enjoy the photo though. It was taken about 20ft above the foreground here, for scale. Photo © copyright by Marc Adamus.