Via Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park
King of the Wild Frontier
Along Jackson Lake
THE Grand Teton (there are three)
A storm moves in
Sage brush and storms
A little autumn color for you
Wow! Just wow!
You sure did have yourself a great vacay!
That is some kind of beautiful! The air must be so fresh and the beasts free to wander. Did you, or are these taken from the roled down window of your jag?
Love it…thanks for sharing!
The magnificence is awe inspiring, Mary Ann. I love the Elk? horns with the tree snags, inspired photography. The fall color gives a perspective of the size of the view too. I would love to see it someday.
It’s so beautiful I want to be there now! I’ve only traveled through by train. Saw the Tetons from the observation car~gail
Hey, I’ve got two of those Grand Tetons right here! LOL and your pictures are gorgeous.
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