Grand Teton

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    Here is a shot from a hike I took last weekend. This is the Grand Teton taken from Blacktail Butte. I hiked from 6000 ft. to almost 9000 ft. and took this photo about half the way up. Thanks for looking C&C welcome and encouraged!

    Brent McWhirter
     

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    What a stunning view. Wow.
     
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    Beautiful shot in every way!
     
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    i'm guilty of a case of extreme jealousy.

    two short weeks until i'm in the tetons though, so I should hold out just fine
     
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    Beautifull
     
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    JDWYER,

    Be sure and shoot some photos from OX BOW BEND along the snake river at sun set. It's a fantastic spot to shoot from.

    The fall is best, but beautiful all year non the less.

    You can pick up a photo guide/map of the best, most famous spots to shoot from around the Tetons and Yellowstone.

    I hope to go back in a couple of years.

    dan
     
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    ox bow bend, i'll keep that in mind.

    where can i get that map of the best photo locations? is it at a rangers station or something or a guide book i can pick up at a Barnes and Noble or something?

    Thanks!
     

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