This spot was on a hill called Lunch Box hill. It was right there at the Lodge where we were staying, so we thought it would be a nice place to take some sunrise shots. It was only 22 degrees F, so I was absolutely frozen when we finished. I needed my heavy winter clothes there. The sign at this location says that this was John D. Rockefeller's favorite spot to sit in the park. (For those of you who don't know, he was instrumental in buying up the private land there and turning it into a national park.) Did I do too much with the post processing? No one said much about my sunset shot in Teton Fun (part 3), so I'm assuming I sort of bombed out with the post processing on that one. I would love feedback as to what I can do better either in taking the shots or post processing. I hope to get back to the park to take more next weekend.