Fall in the Tetons Date: November 17, 2016Author: nomadruss Category: Autumn, Landscape, mountains, National Parks, nature, Photography, Tetons, trees Tags: autumn, fall, fall colors, Grand Tetons, mountains, trees, waterfall Post navigation ← Autumn at Oxbow Bend Mammoth Hot Springs, Morning → Fall in the Tetons. Images by nomadruss. AdvertisementShare this:TwitterFacebookPinterestEmailTumblrLinkedInRedditPocketLike this:Like Loading... Related
wonderfully saturated colors–we’re getting no color in the south due to drought
Hopefully we’ll have a lovely Spring in the South, sometimes they are season buds look a bit like Fall!
wonderful photos.. I’ve only been there in May, but your photos show that Autumn must be the most beautiful season.
Autumn is really special out there. I’d like to spend some time out there in winter too!
Beautiful pictures Russ thanks again for your sharing your talent and the beauties of the world Linda and I really enjoy it…..Larry
Thanks Larry, I definitely love sharing these places!
What a wonderful gift you sent out this morning. It excited my brain and soothed my soul. You did a great job of using light and composing.
Thanks Pat, some early mornings were required to get that light. I love what even a short time in nature can do for our souls.
Thanks so much!
Great photos. This looks like a great time to visit the Tetons.
Late September through mid-October is certainly one of the great times to visit!
Breath-taking beauty! The glow in the last one is priceless.
Already so cold then, and do worth being out early!
America the beautiful! Thank you for sharing – such a talented photographer!
Those landscapes are stunning! I love the colours and the light in the trees – and those mountains are such a fantastic dramatic backdrop!
You’re right, you can definitely build a photograph from the background forward out there! Appreciate the kind words…
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Breathtaking pictures as usual from nomadruss. Amazing!
W O W these pictures!