Sunset over the Continental Divide from Button Rock - Mt. Meeker and Long's Peak standing on the horizon just left of center.
A few images from three of our greatest National Parks.
From the Snake River overlook, site of Ansel Adams' iconic photo of the Grand Tetons. The trees have grown up a bit since Mr. Adams shot this view.
"The Tetons and the Snake River", Ansel Adams, 1942.
A view of the Grand Teton range from a bit further out to the east - Togwotee Pass.
And from up closer at Oxbow Bend near the top of Jackson Lake.
Oxbow Bend at 5:00 AM. Lots of stars . . .
Heading north from Jackson Hole into Yellowstone National Park:
The headwaters area at the southern end of Yellowstone National Park.
Rainbow at Kepler Cascades.
And, continuing further north to Glacier National Park:
Along the shore of Lake McDonald, Glacier National Park.
Nymphalis antiopa, common name "Mourning Cloak".
A bull elk checks me out. 30 yards away out the right side of the frame - his harem of 20 females and their youngsters.
The eastern face of the Teton range from the Snake River overlook.
Brief time-lapse of the Teton range under a near full moon [behind the camera].