Mormon settlers arrived in Jackson Hole in the 1890s. Two barns are the most striking remnants of their pioneering farming community.
Wildflowers near Colter Bay
It is believed John Colter, a former member of the Lewis and Clark expedition, was the first European to enter Jackson Hole and the Yellowstone area in 1807/8.
Showy goldeneye wildflowers bloom near Jenny Lake.
When it's time to take cover
A ground squirrel on his guard.
View towards the mountain range and the mighty Mount Moran.
Pelicans on Heron Pond
No herons on Heron Pond, but instead this group of juvenile pelicans.
Alpenglow at Schwabacher's Landing
It all came together fine this morning at Schwabacher's Landing. It was still pretty chilly but there was no wind to disturb the Snake River and even the clouds added a touch of theatre to the scene.
Morning bliss at Schwabacher's Landing
This is my tree
No matter how tiny, this yellow warbler knows his place and enjoys the view too.
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