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Grand Teton National Park

The Majestic Grand Tetons
 

The Grand Tetons are truly majestic. The scenery in this Wyoming national park is spellbinding. If you haven’t been to this national park, seriously consider visiting it.  One recent autumn I went with a few photography friends to this grand park. We used the town of Jackson as our home base each night.  Every morning before dawn, we headed out to yet one more beautiful vista for a sunrise. What a magnificent feast for our eyes!  Enjoy this selection of  images from my 2010 trip to the Grand Tetons.

Grand Teton vista with historic John Moulton barn, the most photographed barn in the nation

Historic John Moulton barn and the Grand Tetons
(the most photographed barn in the country)

Oxbow Bend, Grand Tetons

Oxbow Bend, Grand Tetons

Range land, Grand Teton National Park

View from the Chapel of the Transfiguration Church property, Grand Teton National Park

Oxbow Bend view, Grand Teton National Park

Fall trees at Oxbow Bend, Grand Tetons National Park

Bank, grasses, and reflection on the quiet Snake River at Schwabacher Landing, Grand Tetons National Park

Schwabacher Landing on the Snake River with view of the Grand Tetons.

String Lake and The Grand Teton in the Evening

Reflection on String Lake, Grand Teton National Park

Evening silhouette at String Lake, Grand Teton National Park

Cold evening on lake shore in the Grand Teton National Parks

Glimpse of Mormon Row historic area of Grand Tetons National Park

View through the aspens, Grand Tetons National Park

Meadow land, Grand Teton National Park

View from Cunningham property, Grand Teton National Park

View from Cunningham property, Grand Teton National Park

Grand Teton view

The magestic Grand Tetons

Thank you for viewing a small selection of my Grand Teton National Park images.  The ranch land set against the Grand Tetons was an extraordinary vision. Enjoy!

Joen

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