Rocky Mountain Photography

Four of our favorite Teton pictures

 

 

 

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Golden Teton Dawn, Teton National Park, Wyoming

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Moose and Berry Bush, Teton National Park

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Teton Barn and Mauve Dawn, Teton National Park, Wyoming

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Jenny Lake and Mt Teewinot, Teton National Park, Wyoming

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Teton National Park in Wyoming

Teton National Park, which is located in Jackson Hole in the northwestern corner of Wyoming, is just below Yellowstone National park.  It has to be one of my all-time favorite spots in the world. I guess you might say that I have a full-blown love affair with the Tetons that has gone on for most of my life. The jagged, craggy peaks of the Tetons are, I think, the most magnificent scenery in America and certainly deserve to be called the American Alps. I first went to the Tetons when I was seven years old, in 1947. I grew up in Wyoming and when I was a little kid, our family used to take at least one vacation in the Tetons every year. One of my most vivid childhood memories is pulling into the Jenny Lake campground, finding the world's best campsite, setting up our antique, 100 pound, canvas umbrella tent and listening to the sound of stakes being pounded into the ground, ringing and echoing in the still, pine scented air of the Tetons. Oddly enough, that sound is one of my strongest childhood memories.....

 
Click here to read my entire article on the Tetons.