Monday, October 11, 2010

Autumn in the Tetons

The Grand Teton from Willow Flat viewpoint in Grand Tetons National Park.
Words don't do them justice so I won't write any... well... other than telling you where and what you are looking at. These selections are from two different days in late September with blue skies and absolutely beautiful fall weather in one of the more stunning mountain ranges in the lower 48 states! Click on an image for a larger file to view and enjoy!

A wooden fence near the Historic Cunningham Cabin provides foreground to the Teton Range.
The cabin with the Grand Teton in the distance.
Through one of the open windows... nice view for a ramshackle cabin!
Another window view.
Through two windows for an interesting illusion of art on the living room wall. I submitted this to National Geographic's "Your Shot" and it made the daily dozen for October 6th. So now it has an outside chance of making November's issue. Link for the daily dozen is here:
Grand Teton and her sister peaks with the Snake River valley in the foreground.
Mount Moran reflecting in Jackson Lake.
Mount Moran from the Oxbow bend viewpoint. This is also the Snake River in the foreground.
I like the panoramic version better.

Mount Moran a little further down the trail with a stunning grove of Aspen in the foreground.

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