Thursday, September 1, 2016

The Tetons....Up Close & Personal

I was at Ken's site the other day, and he posted a gorgeous photo of The Tetons...I commented and one of his readers said that he sees that area often...I asked for photos....; )

Oh my, he did not disappoint!  Here is his photo journey....an amazing visual experience!

Thank you Sig....I am honored that you shared these with me, and allowed me to share them here.


















Photographer~~ Sig  

This last photo is not one of Sig's....but is absolutely gorgeous...and he shared it with us.  Thank you again Sig!


10 comments:

Elmo said...

Shane! Come back, Shane!

Seen the movie, Lisa? If not, you should. One of the greatest of all time.

Lisa Lane said...

Umm, no I can't say that I have....that good? Ok, What is the title? If it's not scary I will give it a go.

Lisa Lane said...

https://youtu.be/2lAY-rRRa4o

Shane 1953?

Elmo said...

Yep, that's it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ld3ZfuN8AEA

"A gun is a tool, Marion. No better and no worse than any other tool. An axe, a shovel, or anything.
A gun is as good or as bad as the man using it. Remember that."


BW Bandy said...

These are great! This person needs to post more, start a blog, or maybe Instagram. Excellent stuff.

SemperFi, 0321 said...

Miss Lisa,
Thanks so much for posting these.
Disclaimer: The bottom B&W photo is not mine, it came off the internet, all others are by me.

SemperFi, 0321 said...

When I got out of the USMC in '76 I stopped in Jackson Hole on my way home to Boise, ID. Came back the next spring and moved into a tipi in the small town of Kelly,(about 8 mi. NE of Jackson) with a kid from PA. The movie set from Shane was just 1/4 mi. north on an old irrigation ditch, and nearby was the Kelly hotspring, where we went bathing (full of tropical fish people had dumped in). Amazing place.

Terry said...

Beautiful photos. You know how they got that name? From a French explorer. Grand Tetons. Ken posts them quite often, the non mountain variety. LOL

Granny said...

Say what you like about the French, naming a mountain range "Great Tits" is a laugh. Beautiful scenic photos. More please.

Barbar Cat said...

Oh, how altogether breath taking!!