Oxbow Bend-Grand Tetons, Wyoming

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On any given day, photographers awake early to drive out from the western town of Jackson Hole, to this scenic part of the Grand Tetons National Park called Oxbow Bend. Famous as it were, it’s not uncommon to see an abundance of wildlife as you cruise through this little piece of heaven. By dawns early light photographers line up, zipping up their coats, putting their caps on, searching out their spot to get the next Ansel Adam’s masterpiece. If you’re lucky, the morning will be calm and the water will be a mirror-reflection of the Tetons in the distance. If you’re not, you still end up with a beautiful experience and a beautiful memory.

All photos are Creative Commons-Non-Commercial. Use for fun, blogs or whatever but you must link to: http://www.travelbugster.com and give credit to Dave Morgan


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  1. Beautiful!!!

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