Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
The photo tour participants had to be diligent in moving to different areas within the park to avoid rainy weather. Springtime ushers in frequent rainstorms. Cloud formations can change dramatically over short periods of time, swirling between the mountain peaks. If one is patient, sometimes you can catch those magical moments when a sliver of sunlight filters through, providing contrast to a scene. A black and white treatment seemed fitting for this image of a majestic stone spire, overlooking a bowl glacier.
Beautiful! Incredible mountains....ReplyDelete
it looks so cold, and high! but lovelyReplyDelete
Fabulous in black and white Donna. . . . . . . I was longing for something really coooool to gaze at on yet another hot night in the south!ReplyDelete
We're in the middle of persuading NYC friends to take a trip to Jackson Hole and the Tetons area - they've never been and asked for advice such as, they want to see a quaint town, beautiful scenery, and quiet roads to drive - in August. Don't you think they would love it there? We did!
Hope all is well dear.
Hugs - Mary
Another beautiful offering from your trip!! The "bowl" is fascinating. I've never seen such a thing before.ReplyDelete
What incredible sights you saw there in Wyoming!
Do I say "amazing" too often? That scene definitely qualifies as does your photo editing.ReplyDelete
"Oh goody," I said to myself when I saw your post in my reader. You've got another stunning photo here, Donna, full of depth and richness.ReplyDelete
Hope you are doing as well as possible just now.
Just gorgeous Donna...ReplyDelete
wow, awesome shot and the black and white gives it a very dramatic look.ReplyDelete
That is a stunning view Donna. The black and white seems very appropriate here. PamReplyDelete
Breathtaking! I love the way you 'see' what to do and when to use different effects. The black and white is perfect for this one.ReplyDelete
Wonderful, pretty photo! Yes, majestic... :)ReplyDelete
Glorious!! Your photos are so inspiring! I think about you often dear Lady and hope that the road you're traveling is being kind. I have been pathetic and lazy but I hope to ease back into blogging and reading and learning.ReplyDelete
Majestic is the perfect description. Love it! :)ReplyDelete
Love you, too.
Gorgeous Donna! Black and white was perfect!ReplyDelete