Friday, December 11, 2009

Road Trip Day 20- A Teton Sunset

The sunset I experienced at Grand Teton National Park was one of the most memorable of my life. Paul and the kids were back in our cabin trying to get some rest and I had my first moments to myself in about 20 days. Well, not entirely to myself. I did spend way too much quality time with about a million mosquitos. I chose to take in the view from a spot known for moose sightings. While I didn’t see moose I did mange to see a couple beaver, lots of waterfowl, and one of the most amazing sunsets I will ever experience.

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8 comments:

Sarah V. said...

Beautiful pictures! Moments of quiet and solitude take on new meaning when you're a mom, don't they?

kerry dexter said...

you've shared the peaceful feeling of this place so well. thank you.

Carolina said...

I love those quiet moments. Beautiful pictures.

TheWordWire said...

Beautiful pictures. Thanks for the reminder of beautiful memories at Grand Tetons. Such an incredibly serene place.

Sight Seer said...

Great pictures! Really brings back the memories of when I rode my motorcycle in the Tetons. Wonderful trip!

Helene said...

Such gorgeous pictures! I could sit here and stare at them all day...in fact, maybe I'll bookmark this page so when the kids stress me out, I can come here and stare at the pictures and will myself to feel calm again.

Dominique said...

I loved the Tetons...and my photo of a Teton sunset was one of the few non-Midwest posts I've had at my blog (a Photo Friday post a few weeks back). The light just seems so subtle, yet amazing, out there at sunset!

Wanderluster said...

Love the pinks in the water in that last photo.