These photos were all taken on Mormon Row in the Tetons. We were lucky to get a beautiful clear day on the first try. On the second it had snowed in the mountains and the clouds were low, but we had to go back and get the iconic Teton barn we missed the first time around. 🙂
Thanks to Cee for another Fun Foto Challenge!
Our local botanical garden hosted an art in the garden event. These copper plates on posts really caught my eye. They were a unique, warm, metallic addition to an otherwise very organic vista.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: Shine
What great timing for this theme! My husband and I just got back from a road trip to Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone NP. In the U.S. we are celebrating the 100 year anniversary of a forward thinking decision to conserve these natural spaces for all to respect and enjoy. Every time I visit one of our National Parks I am awed by what I see.
Go! Plan a visit. Just please remember these are natural spaces with all the inherent dangers. Read the signs. Respect the wildlife. Follow the rules. Above all, don’t be a statistic.
Thanks to Cee for another wonderful installment of her black and white photo challenge. If you would like to participate, click here.
These are my submissions to Cee’s B&W challenge this week: isolated subjects.
I was drawn to the sharp outlines of the canoe against the softly rippling water and wavy clouds and mountain outline.
For The Daily Post’s photo challenge: Edge