Day 12 – All About the Tetons

Today we left Idaho Falls to head east into more mountains. The first climb took us to Jackson and the Grand Tetons National Park. Again the drive through the mountains was beautiful and offered lots of photo opportunities and the National Park signs were informative. For the Tetons themselves I dug out the tilt-shift lens for a little experimentation, pics below.

Heading east we crossed the Continental Divide with a peak elevation of 9658 ft above the sea. A rapid decent brought is to 6900 ft and the town of Dubois where we learned that Jackelopes are real. And now we are resting in Riverton before continuing the trek home.

About roycrawford

I'm a photographer working as an IT manager for Computers for Schools NB, a non-profit computer refurbishing organization.
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