I just got back from four days in Jackson, Wyoming, where the majestic Grand Tetons come shooting out of the earth, building a jagged wall around the flat lands to create a bowl called Jackson Hole. The weather was not ideal.
The peaks of the Grand Tetons were rarely visible, and when they were, the low clouds hung around their neck like a wet towel. No brilliant blue sky with puffy white clouds to enhance their beauty. The clouds are so thick in this image that it looks like I used charcoal to color in the clouds. A few rain spots on the lens provides the only “texture” in the sky.
It was a dreary four days, but the company was terrific; we have sunny days together no matter what the weather.
Thought for the Day: Friends are like stars; you can’t always see them, but you know they are there. Anonymous
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We experienced the same kind of weather when we were on our way to Yellowstone last year. H
This photo actually looks as though it were taken at the beach. Come West, young man!