Spring Awakes in Wyoming

The famed Moulton Barn on Mormon Row in the Tetons never grows old (figuratively speaking).  It is classical and magical, regardless of season!  

When in Rome (um, I mean Wyoming)

Those who know me well know I love to wear hats.  Ball caps, that is.  I have an old photograph of me in a cowboy hat when I was about 3 years old.  But aside from then, I can’t ever remember liking them or wanting to wear one. “When in Rome,” as they say.  Brent, […]

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Hidden Falls @ Cascade Canyon – GTNP

Hidden Falls lies at the end of a 3-4 mile Cascade Canyon trail in Grand Teton National Park.  It’s very difficult to capture an image here that shows the true scale of the 200ft. cascade since the area is fenced off for safety.  I’ll let the audio file help tell the story. We could hardly […]

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Let’s Head South to the Tetons

Carl, Brent, and I tacked on a few extra days to the front and back ends of the Yellowstone Workshop.  We spent most of these in the Tetons area. This is Mount Moran (camera right) photographed from Oxbow Bend Overlook with the Snake River in the foreground.  Oxbow is one of the most beautiful vantage […]

Posted in: Landscapes, Tetons by Mark 2 Comments
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