The Grand Tetons and Jackson Lake
Few scenes can top the sheer majesty of the Grand Tetons on Jackson Lake
Mormon Row with the John Moulton barn in the Grand Teton National Park
This telephoto shot enhances the grandeur of the Teton mountain range as backdrop for the mormon barn
Early morning Alpenglow at Schwabacher Landing with the Tetons reflecting in Snake River
Schwabacher Landing dawn
The Grand Tetons mirrored in Snake River at Schwabacher Landing
Dawn at Oxbow Bend
The Grand Teton National Park has many unforgettable spots. A dream come true for nature enthusiasts and of course landscape photographers, Oxbow Bend tops everybody's list.
The Grand Tetons seen from Yellowstone
A beautiful summer evening highlights the Teton range some 80 kms distant from Yellowstone
Lower Falls in the Yellowstone Canyon
Today the falls are one of most visited spots in the Yellowstone area, yet they were only discovered by Europeans in the 1820s and mapped in 1851.
Evening at Sylvan Lake
A stunningly beautiful yet rarely visited spot in eastern Yellowstone
Panorama of the Yellowstone range from the slopes of Mount Washburn
The landscape still shows the scars of the 1988 wildfire which affected 36% of the park - or some 3,213 sq. kms
Elk in Yellowstone
Elk and bison are the most common wildlife in Yellowstone. Add to that some superb background.
Bison in Lamar Valley
There is no way to miss bison in Yellowstone. Estimated at 4,900 in July 2014, the bison herd of Yellowstone is the only one in the USA dating back to prehistoric times. Bulls weigh up to 900 kgs, cows up to 450 kgs. Count your blessings you can still see these wonderful animals roaming in the wild.
Biscuit Basin, Yellowstone National Park
Biscuit Basin was named for the biscuit-shaped mineral formations in this area, now mostly blown away by the violent eruption of the Sapphire Pool in 1959, following a massive earthquake.
Walking the Grand Prismatic, Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone's largest and deepest hot spring is best seen not from the boardwalks around the pool but from a distance above.
The Grand Prismatic
The most spectacularly beautiful geothermal feature in Yellowstone is the Grand Prismatic. This 370 ft wide hot spring is the third largest in the world. Its distinctive rainbow colors are formed by different sorts of thermophile bacteria. Only the hottest center of the spring (up to 87° c) is virtually lifeless.
Hayden Valley, Yellowstone National Park
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