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Autumn Bend by iphelps Autumn Bend by iphelps
The Snake River winds its way from from Western Wyoming through Idaho to its confluence with the Columbia River in Washington. In Grand Teton National Park, one of the river's crescent-shaped meanders forms a picturesque scene, reflecting Mt. Moran and the Northern end of the Teton range in its slow moving waters. Oxbow Bend is popular destination for visitors to the Tetons throughout the year, particularly in Fall when the Aspens along the river begin to turn their beautiful shades of color.

On this October morning, the Aspens along Oxbow Bend glow under the warm, early light with Mt. Moran and the Teton range looming in the stormy distance.

Oxbow Bend - Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
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bluemangoimages Apr 10, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
beautiful light!
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ateist-kleranty Oct 22, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
breath taking
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nikki-ns Jul 5, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Beautiful capture. Definitely looks like autumn.
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:iconaegiandyad:
This photo really does justice to the scenery. Wyoming seems to be nearly all fabulous scenery.
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:iconiphelps:
The Tetons are amazing. Thanks!
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:iconshadowedacolyte:
Absolutely gorgeous. Thanks for sharing.
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:iconiphelps:
It was an incredible scene. Thank you!
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maxre Dec 4, 2010  Professional Photographer
outstanding capture. Every time i tried to get this, the weather wouldn't work for me.
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:iconiphelps:
I was very fortunate. I had to wait a week for the weather to cooperate. Thanks!
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