The two brews look like they have completed primary fermentation. I had moved them to the basement one day after they were brewed because the temps in my kitchen where I usually keep the carboys got up to the 80's. I was a little upset that I didn't plan for that because they had been fermenting very nicely and formed a nice foam krausen on top, but the agitation from moving them to the basement caused a little of that to sink back down into the beer. As you can see from the picture, some of the chunkies are floating around. You can also see how high the temp was from the stick on thermometer on the first carboy.
This week I'll transfer them to the secondary and dry hop them. I'm looking forward to seeing how they turned out from being hot, and then chilled to the lower temps of the basement. I can't wait for that fruity aroma from the Glacier hops!!!