Grand Teton National Park at Sunset.

July 18, 2013 Spectacular Landscapes: Located in northwestern Wyoming, Grand Teton National Park preserves a spectacular landscape rich with majestic mountains, pristine lakes and extraordinary wildlife. The abrupt vertical rise of the jagged Teton Range contrasts with the horizontal sage-covered valley and glacial lakes at their base, creating world-renowned scenery that attracts nearly four million visitors per year.”

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2 Responses to Grand Teton National Park at Sunset.

  1. Gratefully, people of vision and who understood the American insatiable human nature were forward thinking and established National Parks and National Monument or Heritage sites. The splendor found with the USA borders would not be as they are otherwise. They would have been stripped, flooded, and sold to the dirtiest polluters. I am grateful for those of vision who began a movement a hundred years ago. Have you seen the PBS video series, National Parks by Ken Burns? It is free and streamed. Breathtaking photography and the history is important for all Americans to know.

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