Photographer's Note

It's been too busy for me lately, but I really did want to post another photo again. Here's one from the west side of Teton National Park. Most folks see these mountains from the east, but here is the western view, which is mostly agricultural (and lots of expensive cabins!).

The peaks in the distance here, made to seem even further by my lens, rise to over 13,000 feet. The photo was shot about 6500 feet in elevation. The Grand Teton National Park was established in 1929, then expanded in 1950. It is famous for its wildlife and rugged scenery. Even in this agricultural area, deer and elk graze on people's yards and bears can be a nuisance if you leave your garbage out too long.

Thanks for looking!

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Additional Photos by David Sidwell (dsidwell) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2294 W: 168 N: 1911] (9783)
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