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Old Jun 20, 2014, 11:52 PM   #1
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Spent a week with a friend in Jackson Hole, with a great view of the Tetons out my bedroom door and quick access to all the great spots in the area.

Grand Prismatic Thermal Spring at Yellowstone, with the E-M1 and Panasonic 7-14mm f4..



Sunset from the deck. To the left you can see the top of the lifts at Teton Village..



Pronghorn antelope that walked across the front of the car and into a field, close enough to capture with the 35-100mm f2.8 Panasonic..



The red hills in Teton National Forest..



A little bit of everything here..



The source at the top, and end-point at the bottom..



Grand Teton Mountain..



Navigating the Snake River..



Mormon barn..



Along the river..



Nice place for a ranch..



From the deck as the sun rose and hit fog flooding into the valley below..

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Wow . . . those are beautiful Greg.
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BEAUTIFUL .. 'nuff said

I've never been there but images such as these certainly would have it on the 'bucket list' were I to have a 'bucket list'.

I just now showed Bonnie your SMug gallery .. she grew up in Ogden, UT and says the photos surely bring back memories to her as her family went to Yellowstone many times.

We are glad you had a great time.............
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Damn, Greg. I'm awestruck.
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Exactly what Sammy said!!!
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What an awesome series of photos!

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BEAUTIFUL .. 'nuff said

I've never been there but images such as these certainly would have it on the 'bucket list' were I to have a 'bucket list'.

I just now showed Bonnie your SMug gallery .. she grew up in Ogden, UT and says the photos surely bring back memories to her as her family went to Yellowstone many times.

We are glad you had a great time.............
Thanks Bob. It was certainly a lot of fun. The folks I stayed with were excellent hosts. Had WAY too much good food, and probably two months-worth of wine in a week. They also definitely knew all the spots.

Their youngest daughter was there the first few days and brought, seemingly, the entire Leica offering to shoot with, so I had a chance the first part of the trip to handle the S2, a clunky hunk (massively heavy, possibly the heaviest camera I have ever held) of a camera, the Leica T (beautifully made but weird electronically and not all that comfortable to hold), and a Leica M, my favorite of the group. Made my E-M1, 12-40, 7-14 and 35-100 setup seem quite pedestrian.

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Greg, these are exquisite… every one of 'em! Just looking at them makes me feel: "if it weren't for winter, I'd sell everything to live in a yurt and move there in a heartbeat."

Stunning, superb photos!
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Wow these are stunning... Beyond words the Mormon barn is excellent as are the two from the deck but all of them are really really nice, thank you for sharing these amazing inspired images!
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.......this note is to remind all

To see more of Greg's photos mouse click on any of the images original to this post to link to his online gallery.

More awesome photos there.....
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