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A few pictures from Grand Teton Park and Yellowstone during the summer of 2002. Plenty of great things to see.
Idaho Falls, Idaho
Upper Mesa Falls, Idaho
Western view of the Tetons
Early morning elk
Taggert Lake Trail
This is a good trail if you're packing along young children.
More of the Tetons
Gros Ventre Mts. early morning
Fish in String Lake
Fault above String Lake
Cascade Canyon trail
Along the Cascade Canyon trail
More Cascade Canyon trail
Still more Cascade Canyon trail
Even more Cascade Canyon trail
Yet more Cascade Canyon trail
Wildlife along Cascade Canyon Trail
Flowers along Cascade Canyon trail
Meadow along Cascade Canyon Trail
Just before sunrise
On the highway between Grand Tetons and Yellowston
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article published 1/24/2003
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You have a lot of nice animal shots! The bear picture is impressive. Also, you've got a great eye for capturing nature at its best.
, March 31, 2004
Breckenridge to Jackson
Having lived in Breckenridge Ski Resort for most of my adult life, I find another area that is special and beautiful as well. These pictures are true works of art.
Sonja, February 3, 2004
Just so good;I should hide my efforts of these places that hold such great memories.
Colin Hinchcliffe Brisbane Aus, September 12, 2003
Wyoming ---- The land of Buffalo Bill
Great pictures Robert! They sure bring back many memories of my trip to Wyoming in 2002. I visited some of the places that you were at.
, June 11, 2003
These are absolutely wonderful! Thank you for sharing!
, March 26, 2003
very nice photos, i really surprised to see the photos as the phots very good to see and your photography talent is 100%. keep it up with nature photos.
jini, March 26, 2003
Response to your question
This was actually my second bear encounter in 2 years and I'm amazed by the number of people who ask the same question. We rounded a curve on the Cascade Canyon trail and ran into this guy in the middle of the trail. When we arrived there were two groups of two hikers on both sides of the trail blocked by the bear. Two more hikers arrived on our side while we were waiting for him (her?) to move. The bear seemed quite ambivalent about us. The year before my wife and I ran into a Volkswagon sized black bear while biking at the Canmore Nordic Center. So far, 2003 has been bear free.
, January 25, 2003
Wonderful photos. How did you manage to get that bear on the trail? Not that I am envious, but I have logged hundred of hours on hiking trails in the West and have NEVER had a bear encounter.... You must lead a charmed life!
Sacajawea, January 25, 2003
Spectacular! We'll be out there in the Fall. You've given me inspiration as well as some great ideas. Thanks for sharing.
Joe Levy, January 25, 2003
These are spectacular!
Aruna & David
, January 24, 2003
Beautifully captured spectacular scenery. Very nicely composed. Pleasure to view your well done pictures! Regards, Rafal
Rafal K Komierowski
, January 24, 2003
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