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Here is my second attempt at recreating one of Ansel Adams’ masterpieces.

A few more of our favorite shots from our fabulous trip to Jackson Hole. As always, hover over the images to learn a little about them.







A faithful reader points out that in this shot of the canyon, the mountain on the left (Mt. Owen) is 6000 vertical feet above Kelly and the peak is just one mile as the bird flies from that spot — deeper than the Grand Canyon!


5 comments

  • Cindy

    Fabulous, as always! It’s been too long since I’ve been to the Tetons. I really need to get back out west.

  • James Rowe

    Cool hummingbird shot!

  • AP

    I have a comment about your Snake River shot, motivated mostly by envy and obsessive attention to insignificant detail. The original shot seems to have much more river in it than yours. Did A.A. fly? If so, why didn’t you?? Did the river rise? Thanks

  • thedude

    It’s for sure that the trees have grown, and the level of the river seems lower than it was in 1942. It also appears that the river’s course has changed somewhat over the last 60 years.

  • wendage

    Way cool photos dude…love the birch trees, and your Ansel Adams shot is amazing…..:-)

    -Wen.

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