Thursday, August 27, 2009

Teton National Park

Headed on a long weekend
mini-vacation to Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
We have passed through this area several times with our
trips back to South Dakota to visit my grandparents
but we have never stopped and taken the time to visit.
What were we thinking... This area is just gourgous.... I am in love
It is well worth taking an extra second to enlarge these captures....:)





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16 comments:

J Bar said...

Top shots.
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GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

The scene looks great in color and black and white! I do like the color.

NW Nature Nut said...

Great photos! Love the old barns.

NW Nature Nut said...

PS Is that Cannon Beach's Haystack rock in the background of your header photo? I'm in Oregon and that sure looks like it!

sweet bay said...

I especially like the first photo. Beautiful.

Carol said...

Great photos, Barb...I love the composition...the vertical hold is also beautiful...

Pollyanna said...

Love the framing on that third photo. Terrific shots for SWF!

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th said...

The last one is the best. The Trees framed the old Barn perfect. Great and beautyfull Shot.
Sory for my bad English

Regina said...

Great views!
Such awesome shots.

Jientje said...

Well worth it indeed! I would have loved to be there, taking pictures! Love your new header too, you two look so SWEET!!!

~Visions~ said...

Awesome shots!

Creative Mish said...

We used to go there every couple of years when I was a kid. Yellowstone and Jackson Hole. Of course it's a lot different now... but still beautiful!!

john said...

such beauty!!!

Arija said...

I just love these scenic shots for SWF. Beautifully done.

MedaM said...

I prefer color option to b&w. Beautiful photos!

Virginia bed and breakfast said...

Grand Teton National Park is a United States National Park located in northwestern Wyoming, south of Yellowstone National Park. The park is named after the Grand Teton, which, at 13,770 feet, is the tallest mountain in the Teton Range.