More of the Tetons

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More of the Tetons

Post by dbhguru » Wed Jun 19, 2013 4:06 pm

NTS,

Here are 4 more images from Grand Teton NP. The first shows a field of arrowleaf balsam root, a prolific bloomer on the slopes and meadows.
Tetons-LMT-1.jpg
The next image shows 12,325-foot Mount Teewinot, companion to the Grand. It rises between 5,400 and 5,500 feet from the location of the image. As can be seen, the eastern side of the Tetons
Tetons-LMT-2.jpg
The third image shows 12,645-foot Mount Moran, named for Hudson River School of Art painter Thomas Moran.
Tetons-LMT-3.jpg
The last image may be the South Teton. I'm unsure.
Tetons-LMT-4.jpg
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Re: More of the Tetons

Post by Larry Tucei » Thu Jun 20, 2013 3:40 pm

Bob- Again Wow!! Great shots! I would love to walk right up to the end of the tree line in that valley in your second image!! Larry

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