• Teton Views Gallery

    A hodgepodge of shots from around the park that don’t fit in other galleries.

    Snake River Overlook Sunrise

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    This is the spot that Ansel Adams made his famous shot from.

  • Swan Valley and Palisades Gallery

    Overlooking Palisades

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  • Surreal and Meditative Gallery

    This collection is eclectic and spans the range of peaceful and meditative to odd and otherworldly.

    Four Trees

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    These four trees were isolated on a plain of snow near Jenny Lake. I walked on top the snow for about a mile to get to them and just as I got back to the road, I started breaking through the snow as the warmth of the day thawed the crust.

  • Schwabacher’s Landing Gallery

    This place is one of the most photographed places in the United States as well as in the park. Like the Moulton Barns and Oxbow Bend, you will find iconic reflection shots at Schwabacher’s Landing¬† anytime photos of Grand Teton National park are shown. I have yet to get a dawn shot from the prime location on the beaver ponds when the cottonwoods are golden, because you have to be there hours before dawn to get one of the few spots.

    I like to photograph the upper and lower ponds and they are rarely occupied.

    October Dawn On The Beaver Ponds

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  • Fall Colors Gallery

    Aspen Trunk Contrasts With Foilage

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  • Oxbow Bend Gallery

    Oxbow Bend is a curve in the Snake River near Moran Junction and flows very slow providing reflection shots of Mount Moran. There is a large parking area and there are typically dozens of photographers shooting pictures of this iconic spot at any given time, especially when the fall colors are evident. The aspen here turn orange-red rather than the more common golden yellow.

    Orange Aspen At Oxbow Bend

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    Shot from the hillside above the parking area.

  • Wildlife Gallery

    My goal here is to capture the animal as part of a well composed landscape¬† rather than by itself. It requires using a wide angle lens and close proximity to the animal. Don’t look for a lot of bear pictures.

    Herd Bull Bugling

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    This herd bull had a broken right antler, probably from a fight. Other bulls I saw that morning had large harems. This guy only had two cows.

  • Cottonwood Creek Gallery

    This creek is the outlet of Jenny Lake and is one of the most photogenic places I have photographed. It has clear water that flows around granite boulders. It is placid in the fall which makes for wonderful reflections of the surrounding peaks. The treeline from the Exum horse bridge has a balance that frames the green roofed cabin at the bend. The cottonwoods and aspen are golden in the fall and the sub-alpine fir have a slender perfect symmetry and a dark blue green color.

    Winter On Cottonwood Creek

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    Shot in late October with an old Sony DSC-505 camera.

  • Mormon Row Gallery

    There is a series of old homesteads on Antelope Flats called Mormon Row because they were settled by Mormon pioneers. The land has since been included into the park and the buildings remain and have been partially restored and cared for. Two of the barns have become iconic as foregrounds for Teton shots, both originally belonged to Moultons; John Moulton and Thomas Alma Moulton.

    John Moulton barn and corrals

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  • String Lake and Leigh Lake Gallery

    These shallow glacier formed lakes feed Jenny Lake and provide beautiful reflections of the Tetons which rise from their shores.

    Young Bull Moose in String Lake

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  • A Hike To Taggart Lake

  • Idaho Gallery

    Craters Of The Moon Wildflowers

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  • Rainstorm Over The Grand

    Thunderstorm Over The Teton Range

    Thunderstorm Over The Teton Range

    This is a shot I took in 2004 with my old Sony fixed lens camera. This is a place called Schwabacher’s Landing and this particular spot is where photographers set their tripods because of the symmetry of the far bank of the pond and how the trees frame the mountains.