Author Archives: Greg

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Autumn 2016

This year was epic for autumn foliage in the Tetons.  Although there was a terrible fire season in late summer, the rains began to fall when the leaves began to turn. The timing was perfect […]

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Teton Winter

I haven’t spent much time in the Tetons so far this winter, so yesterday I ventured over the pass from Idaho to explore the park in its frigid, winter glory. While skies were mostly clear […]

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Autumn Peak Beneath the Peaks

Another autumn has passed in the Tetons. Bears are hibernating. Lakes and rivers frozen over. Elk are on the Refuge just outside of Jackson, and people are updating their ski gear. Winter is here, and […]

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Moran Morning at Oxbow Bend

Yesterday morning was beautiful in the Tetons. Temperatures were in the lower 40’s with mostly clear skies. Abundant rain the night before helped develop fog in many locations, which persisted over parts of Jackson Lake […]

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Big Boy

October has arrived, and the leaves are mostly gone in the Tetons. There are a few nice spots left along the Moose-Wilson Road, but those too will soon be gone. Bear activity in that area […]

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Dawn at Oxbow Bend

It’s been a great September in the Tetons. Oxbow Bend has been a bit crazy this week, jam packed with photographers. Each morning has been unique, and of course beautiful. This panorama is from Wednesday […]

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Autumn Peak

Usually the peak foliage around Oxbow Bend occurs the first couple of days of October. This year everything is about ten days a head of past norms. This image is from the Snake River Overlook […]

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Teton Peaks

This image shows the first morning light on the highest peaks of the Tetons, shot from the hills on the east side of Teton Valley.

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Jackson Lake Reflections

Autumn is quickly approaching in the Tetons. Aspens are developing fall colors as is some of the underbrush. While there was quite a bit of rain in August, creek levels are very low. Pacific Creek […]

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Patriarch Tree

Wildflowers are now fading a little in parts of the Tetons, at least the arrowleaf balsam root yellow beauties. Indian paintbrush is now looking great where present. This is from yesterday at Patriarch Tree in front […]

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