Quick Tetons Visit

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Congratulations backcountry skiing folks Carl Pelletier and Kelly Biscombe, Jackson Wyoming wedding! Nice to head up there for a few days of hikes, photo ops and wildlife viewing. A few resulting photos.

Tetons waiting for snow.

Wedding at the Triangle X dude ranch, sitting by the ranch fire, sunset shot the god beams up off the Grand. Click to enlarge.

Grand Teton clouds.

From the looks of these clouds, the Tetons are getting set for another big winter. Classic photo location off Antelope Flats Road is, yeah, a cliche, but you can't resist if you've got a camera in your hands. Click to enlarge.

Grand Teton wedding.

Nice place for a wedding. Congratulations Carl and Kelly!


5 Responses to “Quick Tetons Visit”

  1. Scott Nelson October 3rd, 2011 1:00 pm

    Looks like a great place to get married. Jenny and I got married in Redstone, pretty, but not Tetons pretty. Nice shots Lou!

  2. Dan Powers October 3rd, 2011 3:17 pm

    We’re you there on Saturday? We were driving down from Togwotee pass Saturday late afternoon and the light on the Tetons was amazing.

  3. Lou October 3rd, 2011 3:29 pm

    Hi Dan, yeah, Saturday was when that god beams photo was taken.

  4. yurtmiester October 3rd, 2011 5:31 pm

    Congrats Carl from the Wallowa tribe.
    Now where’s my pieps

  5. Jonathan Shefftz October 4th, 2011 1:45 pm

    And he even shipped off a demo Pieps DSP Tour avy beacon to me right before his wedding — may the marriage be as enjoyable and stable as a wide-open powder field on a Low avy day!

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