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Grand Teton Photograph - Mt. Moran Fall Reflection  by Sandra Bronstein

Mt. Moran Fall Reflection is a photograph by Sandra Bronstein which was uploaded on December 8th, 2009.

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Thanks so much Will!

An outstanding autumn scene, Sandra~~full of majesty and absolute beauty! Sincere thanks for your recent visit to my site and for your very welcome comments!!! F&V!

Thanks Donna! So grateful for your support.

One of my most favorite places, beautiful image! v/f

Thanks Chad for the feature in US Forests and Wilderness group.

Thank you so very much Randy. I sure appreciate all the effort you put into the group. You have made it amazing for all of us.

And yet another winner. Wow! Love that reflection! Congratulations again on being featured in US Forests and Wilderness!

Thanks for sharing this beautiful imagery with our group. With its beauty and uniqueness and inspiration. It is well worthy of a FEATURE on our homepage. Appreciate your great submission of your works to be promoted on our FEATURED ARTWORK PAGE. Love the variety of your great works! Forever, Elvis F/V

Thank you Scott for the feature in National Parks of the United States.

Thanks so much Randy! Appreciate the feature in our #1 Group - Wisconsin Flowers and Scenery.

Thank you Ansel and Theresa - much appreciated.

Thank you Mick and Barbara!

Thank you so much Xueling!

Thanks Wings and Robert! Much appreciated!

Thanks Andee!

Thanks Ben and Raisa!

Thank you Ausra and Derek!

Thank you David and Bob - glad you like this!

Thanks very much Christine and Bob!

Thanks JC and Odon - much appreciated.

Thanks Kelly!

Beautiful. Congratulations on your sale, Sandra. ;-)

Great reflective image! Congts on the sale.

Wow... Congratulations on your sale!

Sandra, perfectly done! I love the reflection, the deep colors... and the time of year creates an extraordinary pallet! As close to being there as you can get :) f/v

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