1 year ago
Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Grand Téton National Park is a remarkably beautiful place. Dawn, mid-day, evening, just-after-sunset, the jagged mountains rising up suddenly from the placid glacial lakes in the foreground are ever changing, and hard to capture on an amateur picture. These are the "best" of the images that Dr Desert Flower and I took of the Grand Tétons.
The "haze" above was courtesy of multiple lightening caused fires that were burning in and near the park But that was fine - it's natural, and the fires are part of the natural cycle of removing copious combustible materials from the forest floor.