Walls of Rock
Walls of colored rock - just one of the many natural wonders in Yellowstone National Park. Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone.
Yellowstone National Park's Tower Fall late on a summer afternoon.
Technical info: I stopped down the aperture all the way to get the water blurred while keeping the photo exposed properly in the sunshine, without the use of an ND filter.
Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone
For Endless Liberty
Dedicated by Elder David A. Bednar today, this beautiful temple in a beautiful setting, is now the newest house of the Lord.
"Praise be to God, for His eternal mercy,
Praise be to God, for endless liberty!"
Joined With Heaven
"It is in the temple that things of the earth are joined with the things of heaven."
—President Howard W. Hunter
Taken on a frosty morning during the open house of Wyoming's first LDS Temple.
Star Valley's Sanctuary
Late afternoon light on Wyoming's first temple. I loved the simple beauty and the gorgeous setting of this new house of the Lord.
This view was incredible, majestic. awe-inspiring! Lower Falls, Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, captured from Artist's Point, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. What a place!
Just a hill and the sky. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming.
A beautiful scenic drive. The Beartooth Highway in northwestern Wyoming, USA.
Watching a storm develop as we drove past Jackson Lake in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, USA. Soon after this, the rain came and the mountains were no longer visible.
If you put enough smoke into the sky, you can see the sun. Taken at the height of the 2015 summer wildfires from southwestern Wyoming, looking toward Idaho.
100 Years and Counting
There have been many rainstorms in the over 100 years this barn has stood on the plains east of the Grand Teton Range in Wyoming. On a drive through last week, the rain stopped just long enough for the sunset colors to peek through the clouds and then it started again.
The impression I got when I visited the rugged Teton range in Wyoming (USA) was a mix of grandeur and raw, unforgiving wilderness that left me with a feeling of deep respect.
Old leaning structure in a field in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming.