Grand Teton National Park
September 9, 2010
Our first two days in the park have been off the scale for photographic settings. The skies were dramatic from our early starts. This image was taken early in the morning on the shores of Jackson Lake in the reflection of Mt Moran. The beach is just a short walk from our RV site.
This park is so majestic at every bend in the road. We explored Mormon Row where the Mormons established a settlement in the late 1880’s. The barns are still intact and fascinating to imagine how life must have been in this land.
This morning we parked at the famous Ox Bow Bend in the Snake River. This is where so many of the famous Teton pictures have been taken. I was hoping to see a moose but settled for white pelicans and cormorants.
I will be posting more pics on Flickr.