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Bulls of the Tetons

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As mentioned in a previous post, the first week of October was spent in the Tetons of Wyoming. In addition to the nice snowy peaks and yellow aspens, the moose, elk, bear, bison and antelope were nice to observe and photograph.

 

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Wow! Great shots!

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Very nice! Great pics!

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Thanks all for the comments.

Flatlander- Jackson Hole, DuBois or Hoback would be nice places to live.

BigBrowns- that herd of bison was right by the side of the road. So many were packed together it was hard to isolate one.

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Thanks all for the comments.

Flatlander- Jackson Hole, DuBois or Hoback would be nice places to live.

BigBrowns- that herd of bison was right by the side of the road. So many were packed together it was hard to isolate one.

I have lived in Pocatello and Rexburg. Love looking at the Tetons, spent lots of winter days driving along the Hoback going to Jackson for work. Beautiful.

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beautiful pics. Visited jackson twice this summer...once for yellowstone and once for the eclipse.amazing country

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Incredible pictures as always. I love that country. Went to school up there and skied Grand Targhee about 2 times a week for a year.

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