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Well maybe the rock isn’t all that big, But it’s right there up front. Anyway, it’s the distinguishing feature of this shot of Taggart Lake in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. I previously presented another shot of the lake without a big rock. See how different? More seriously, this was an absolutely wonderful morning. […]

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Mormon Row is an area in Grant Teton National Park that features several buildings that remain from an early 19th Century settlement of a few Mormon families. The most famous structure is Moulton Barn, but this structure known as the Pink House is fairly well known as well. One of the facts of life as a […]

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I have a lot of pictures of this barn, so I hope you won’t get tired of my posting them. I have yet to post the classic shot from a more direct angle, with the morning sun casting a golden glow over the scene.  There are few alternative compositions available, and heading over to this […]

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Another entry from the Lawrence Mills light painting workshop in April.  I’m very pleased with the balance in light between the indoors and outdoors part of the scene, which was achieved with a single exposure.

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Once again, I really wish there were clouds, but cannot complain about this scene otherwise.  We hit the Taggart Lake  trail head in Grand Teton National Park at 4:30 am I think to arrive at the lake — 1.6 miles away including a small but certainly felt climb — at approximately civil dawn, maybe 20 […]

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