Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Grand Teton National Park

The Grand Teton National Park has magnificent views of mountains, old barns, and elk antler arches. We left the motel at 5:45am, when the temperature was 27F, and drove north of Jackson Hole, WY, to Schwabacher Landing where I photographed the Teton mountains at dawn. The old barns on "Mormon Row", north of Jackson Hole, are said to be the most photographed barns in the world. They are iconic images for the Jackson Hole area. There are about 2,000 elk antlers in each of the four arches on the town square in Jackson Hole.

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