October in Wyoming

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Ken St John
Truly excellent. I agree about being a wall hanger!! I have some similar images from the Canadian Rockies and they are wonderful in B&W, especially printed on Red River Metallic Paper!!

Well done!!

Ken
 
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I've never understood why anyone would want to resist. To each his own, but when I see a famous scene that's famous because it's beautiful, I'm grateful to have been there and want to document the moment by photographing it.
I almost resisted at the spot where Adams shot his "Tetons and the Snake River" (the Oxbow shot). There were a lot of photographers there, or to put it more accurately there were a lot of people with tripods and cameras - all jabbering on about their "stuff". It kind of put me off, so I took a quick couple of photos and got out of there. I've never been good in crowds, thankfully this was the only spot where I saw anyone with a camera in a week and a half of travel. There are some really amazing photographic opportunities in that part of the country.
 
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