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As I was photographing the Grand Tetons, five cow elk migrated through on the sagebrush flats(foreground). As the snow melts, the elk will migrate to their traditional birthing grounds and summer ranges.
Bison and the Grand Tetons. The snow is starting to melt and spring is not to far off.
South, Middle and Grand Teton.
Snake River Overlook. This is where Ansel Adams took his famous picture of the Snake River and the Grand Tetons. Since his picture was taken, the surrounding trees have grown significantly. Both of my pictures were taken with Fuji Provia … Continue reading
Tetons, Spring 2014
Buck Mountain and freezing fog.
Some freezing fog form at base of the Grand Tetons.
My favorite days to stroll around in Grand Teton National Park are when the temperatures are cold and crisp and the skies crystal clear. I know many photographers who would say clear skies are not for them, but for me … Continue reading
Grand Tetons and Clouds was chosen by Grand National Park Service to be on their Instagram account at #gtnpyes.
Here are two images that I took along the Fence Line at Mormon Row, Grand Teton National Park.