Jackson Hole experienced its greatest snow accumulation ever this year, and we were lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time.
I’m posting these images super large this time so you can check out the details. (I’ll add GPS info as soon as I get a chance.)
The images in the panoramas were shot hand held using a Nikon D3 and the cheapest Nikkor lens – less than 100 bucks when I bought it. Stitching with the amazing AutoPano Pro.
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Wow breathtaking. I wish I could be there! Pics look amazing on the iMac!
Yes, I posted these extra large for those of you with large monitors. 🙂
Amazing photos. When did you take these? Are the mountains still snow capped in June?
These were taken last week. Yes, still plenty of snow in July, thanks to record snowfall.
Again, amazing. Love the shot of the stream! I’ll look at these on the days when I’m struggling through a Wisconsin summer – hot, humid, and boring!
Your Dude-ness, Dana Wheaton, my grandfathers brother had the Wheaton general store in Jackson hole from the mid 1940s to mid 1960s…..great photos….you are the Dude……..also a bar just reopened near Lake Geneva named JacksonS hole ( and it is) as the owners first name is Jackson, Stay well, Dave & Holly
Hi Dave – neat trivia about your great-uncle! The owner of Jackson’s Hole, near Lake Geneva, is my cousin – Jack Clausen. Actually, his given name is John Kenneth Clausen, not sure when we started calling him Jack. Haven’t been there yet. I hope to visit him and Barb in the near future. Maybe, when the Dude visits Wisconsin, we can all get together for a fish fry there.