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M is for magenta paintbrush-- one of three varieties I know of in the park.
M is for marmot.
The Moraine Trail has many lovely views. We can see this unnamed green lake from the Rim Trail, too. It is so green because of the reflection of light off of the glacial flour--a sediment of particles ground formed by the grinding action of the Emmons Glacier, which feeds the White River and whose waters also feed this lake. A Moraine is a landform created by the receding glacier.