Jan 20, 2015 - There seems to be an instagram craze surrounding ice caves. Actually, there seems to be a trend of young, lets just say hipster-ish, photogs all hitting the same about 8 spots in Washington and Oregon over and over again. I swear I see the shot of the skinny suspension bridge ending in greenery at least three times a week. Don't get me wrong, it's beautiful. But its been done soooo many times. Anyway, same with the Washington ice caves. They've been done to death by every PNW instagramographer with 50k+ followers. Anyway, not to be outdone, I headed up to some ice caves a little closer to home on the invite of good friend and awesome photographer Kerry Tasker (pictured above). Byron glacier is a beautiful spot, and a relatively tame hike over some rocky moraine with some huge payoff in terms of landscape. It's a very cool place, and I'd like to go back with some more time and maybe a little closer to summer (sun wasn't peaking into the valley at all this time of year). Anyway, Kerry and I drug along Genevieve and Caitlin to be our subjects and here's a couple selects from the trip.