Mount Moran

© Jack R. Perry

Mount Moran

Jeff Robinson level-deluxe June 16, 2010

A beautiful pov and capture Jack! Jeff #1279348

Jack Ryan June 16, 2010

A beautiful view made more beautiful by those clouds and their reflection. Great work, Jack. #8698726

Monnie Ryan June 16, 2010

Super colors and composition, Jack! #8699043

Laura E. Swan level-classic June 16, 2010

Spectacular. Yellowstone is on my list of Must See's. So glad you got to! :)

Heard it rained, like it did here. I see you got some good "skies" however. That's great!

-Miss Rosy #8699075

Tarun Bose June 16, 2010

Simply beautiful, excellent colours, Jack. #8699797

Patrick Rouzes level-classic June 16, 2010

Hey Jack, you did an exceptional job capturing this magnificent scene! The colors, tones, detail, clarity, reflections, perspectivev & mood are spectacular! Good luck with this beauty, my friend! #8699801

Jack R. Perry June 17, 2010

Thanks everyone. Laura it poured every day except for the day we went to the Tetons. #8700552

Jack R. Perry June 18, 2010

Thanks Douglas. #8703080

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Grand Teton National Park WY taken from Oxbow Bend Turnout. From the north, Mt. Moran dominates the view. Mt. Moran is often mistaken for the Teton range for the first time. Unlike the other peaks which stand together in the middle of the range, Mt. Moran appears to stand alone, guarding the northern side of the Tetons. Mt. Moran is named for Thomas Moran, a famous frontier landscape artist, who was the friend and colleague of Dr. Ferdinand D. Hayden, the noteworthy surveyor of the west.

Exif: F Number: 12.9, ISO: 100, FocalLength: 40.00 mm, Model: Canon EOS 7D

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