Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Where I've been

Yes, this is really where I was not too many days ago. It is the iconic Mount Moran reflected in the Snake River, Grand Teton National Park. Back in those willows there are moose, doubtless, and that pristine mirror of a river (the exact location is Oxbow Bend) will be rippled every so often by beavers or river otters. And keep an eye overhead as well, so as not to miss the bald eagles, osprey, blue herons and sandhill cranes. If we're lucky, a coyote will trot by, sticking to its busy agenda. In the distance, cow elk are grazing, their young calves completely still, bedded down invisible, hard for a grizzly to find. And right in front of us are the sunny little yellow warblers, too close to focus my lens on.


  1. You have such a rich variety of wildlife!

    Have you ever visited teepee's blog? She lives very close to the Actic circle in reindeer country and posts some amazing photos of her landscape. It is interesting to now see the spring photos beginning to appear. She posted some interesting beaver damage photos a few days ago.


  2. What a gorgeous picture. I love the Tetons andhave spent more than a few hours flycasting on little Lake Jenny.