Taking Refuge - Grand Teton
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During the winter season, Grand Teton National Park becomes a true winter wonderland with snow blanketing everything. Storms move in and out rapidly leaving behind a pristine covering of white, glittering snow. Most areas of the park are closed to tourists except for a short portion of the inner road leading to areas where the trails for cross country skiing begin. Being able to drive that road led to a very small residential area which presumably is used by the summer employees. Being unable to drive any further, hiking was the only option in order to get deep enough into the clearing of the forest. The snow was easily over two feet deep. During the time it took to find the proper spot for the image, the heavy cloud cover began to part allowing for the wonderful definition in the stormy sky. A hot thermos of coffee in the truck made this image worth the trek.
January 6th, 2013
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