Tatoosh (and telescopic views of Muir)
Went up to the usual Castle Saddle and then over to the summit of Foss Peak, then back the same way, more or less. Sunny slopes had soft snow over highly variable crusts, shaded slopes had a variety of firm/chunky/crusty surfaces. Moderately warm and supremely clear weather.
I took the opportunity to shoot, from that 6200ft saddle, a series of close photos looking over toward Paradise and Muir, right at about 3pm. Fun to zoom in to this unnaturally-detailed result and see all the tiny vertical human specks* and their many paths etched (temporarily) into the snows.
18MB image (9204 x 5550): https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/50664116482_f60d977106_o_d.jpg
* 9 right below camp muir, 16 spread across the snowfield, 10 along pebble creek, (at least) 44 on the route below pan face, and so on and so on.