Author Archives: Greg

Nature photographer in the Intermountain West
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Let There Be Light

The leaves are almost gone in the Tetons, about a week premature from most years. The high peaks got a recent dusting of snow, providing for spectacular morning views. This image was at sunrise yesterday […]

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Autumn Dawn at Oxbow Bend

For the last few mornings, it seemed like there was an unofficial photographers’ convention each morning at sunrise at Oxbow Bend in Grand Teton National Park. I had a few bewildered tourists stop while driving […]

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Autumn in the Tetons

Peak autumn foliage is arriving ahead of schedule this year in the Tetons. The leaves at Oxbow Bend will soon be gone. Hopefully leaves will last a little longer at Schwabacher Landing. This image was […]

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Teton Butterfly

Found this guy hanging around the campsite.

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Teton Alpenglow Panorama

This is a panoramic view across Teton Valley when the first light of the morning hits the peaks to produce a beautiful warm tone.

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Keep An Eye Out

Sometimes nature comes to you. This little guy was in my backyard the other day.

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Canyon View

The more traditional views of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone are from Artist or Lookout Points looking to the west toward the magnificient Lower Falls. Such views are definitely worth enjoying in the morning. […]

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Yellowstone River Reflections

From the Hayden Valley, on a still August afternoon.

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Standing by the Sea

The Salt Creek Recreation Area along the northern shore of the Olympic Pennisula is a wonderful area, full of gorgeous scenery and wildlife. We stayed there for our last two nights in the area. There […]

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Pacific Sunset at Rialto Beach

I was fortunate enough on my trip to Olympic National Park to have three evenings with perfect weather for viewing (and photographing) Pacific sunsets. I imagine such good fortune is relatively rare on the Olympic […]

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