Uprooted Magnolia

Tetons Roundup

Posted in Nature, Photography, Travel by leahyetter on July 22, 2016

Needless to say, it was an amazing adventure in the northwest section of Wyoming. Yellowstone and Tetons are both a sight to see.

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Pelicans and geese float the lake. A clear sign that the fishing is probably pretty good!

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A western meadowlark grabbed up some yummy breakfast!

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Moulton Barn on Mormon Row. One of the most photographed scenes in the world. I put my own spin on it with a delicate spiderweb in the foreground. I’m sure I’m not the first but hey, here it is.

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Bison in a field of dandelions. We stayed here a moment and looked through our tour guide’s spotting scope. We saw a brand new bison calf getting used to it’s long legs. So cute!

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If the mosquitoes weren’t so bad, I could have watched this swan until dark.

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©Leah Yetter Photographer

©Leah Yetter Photographer

This pond is in Jackson not far from the elk refuge.

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We took this trip in late May, early June. I will be heading back to Jackson in September to photograph a wedding with the Tetons as the backdrop. I am excited to see how it looks as autumn begins.
Cheers!