Posts Tagged ‘Teton River’
I wish the powers that be would leave a little bit of water in the lower stretches of the Teton River in the middle of summer. They don’t though.
This is one of my favorite types of place to photograph. It is beautiful, it is less than five miles from home, and it is tucked between housing developments, a highway, and agriculture. I can’t believe I haven’t discovered this place sooner. Hopefully it remains accessible. Most places like this eventually get developed. I can’t believe there are not “no trespassing” signs posted around the property yet. In the meantime.. I’m sure I’ll visit frequently.
I decided to brave and even embrace the wind this evening. I made several photographs of these ratty old willows along the Teton River near Sugar City at sunset this evening. Both of these photographs were made by stitching together four frames from the 24mm tilt shift. Enjoy.
Teton River Willow #1, Sugar City, ID 2010
Teton River Willow #2, Sugar City, ID