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The pretty cascades of Jackson Falls in New Hampshire.

10 miles south of Jackson, Wyoming

thank you my dear friends for your super kind comments and faves. As you may have guessed, landscape photography is not really my thing, but I embrace the challenge when it presents itself. This trip was all about spectacular landscapes so it wasn't a hard task to come up with a few decent shots.

Quiet evening along the shore of Jackson Lake in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming.




Bob G.

With the work finished on the West Bend sub, Mr. G. Berkholz finishes up his paperwork while I snap a quick shot of our train at Jackson, before heading back toward DBR Jct., North Milwaukee and eventually Ackerville for the tie up.



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Jackson, WI.

April 2002

© Jeff R. Clow


There are some places that are just magical for a landscape photographer.....and this one is pretty darn special.


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Thanks - as always - for stopping by my photostream.

Another photo from the trip up to the Tetons in early May. Jackson Lake was still half frozen. But it was another perfect day out in the Grand Teton National Park.


This is straight out of the camera, sharpened. Have a great weekend!


Explored (#159, June 6, 2009)


B l a c k M a g i c


Hive Mind

Another view of Mt. Moran and Bivouac Peak, on a magical spring morning at Jackson Lake.


Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Mt. Moran through the trees and reflected in Jackson Lake. Shortly after taking this shot I began my trek back to the West Tennessee and record setting heat and air quality warnings. It has been above 90F (32C) degrees every day since I have been back.


Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, USA


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Colorful autumn trees on the shore of Jackson Lake.


Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

A wonderful way to end the day. Can't beat the view from the shores of Jackson Lake.

Milky Way just after the sun had set, looking down towards Jackson Bay.


Composite shot, same location but an hour apart.

Just looking through some older photos this morning (something I really have no time for at the moment), and ran across this shot of sunset at Jackson Lake in the Grand Tetons. I remember this place very fondly, and even though the Tetons didn't exactly cooperate during most of our visit, this night they did.


I wish all of my Flickr friends a very happy and peace-filled holiday season!


Cool spring morning on the shore of Jackson Lake. With all the heat and humidity in the Mid-South , I sure wish I was there now!


Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming


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Jackson Lake on a stormy, but not gloomy day, in the Grand Teton National Park. A much more artful version of this scene has been posted by Jacki Goode Miller. Photographed on Jeff Clow's Dirt Cheap Photo Tour.

Meg Puente


I recently had the opportunity to photograph this beautifully colored reptile, I think it is a Jackson's Chameleon, but if anyone knows for sure what it is, I will stand corrected.

Explored March 19th, 2015. Highest position 135.

Flat Creek near Jackson, Wyoming, as I headed north to Grand Tetons National Park and then Yellowstone. A fine September morning with a promise of things to come.

Jackson at mile post 9 on E Evans Crk Rd


Jackson Park, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Jackson Park and the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry. Built for the 1893 World Columbian Exposition.

Grand Teton National Park, WY - about 10 minutes outside of Jackson, WY

Jackson Wyoming, Snake River Bridge.

Jackson's Falls Prince Edward County Ontario.

Spring on Jackson Lake.


Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, USA


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Late Summer on Jackson Lake

Being Jackson. I love him so.

McCammon Falls

Tributary Of McCammon Branch

Jackson County

Grey Hawk



With a perfectly forecasted day of clouds and cool weather on Saturday I couldn't resist getting out and doing some waterfalling. I'd been wanting to revisit McCammon Falls in Jackson County, Kentucky in good conditions for some time. It had been 4 years since I had spent some quality time with this waterfall, which also happened to be my first visit. Although I had been here two more times after that both those visits were of the extreme, once with no water and the other there was way too much water. On this latest visit I couldn't have asked for better flow. See that tree on the left? I hate that tree. In the case of this shot I thought it fit the composition well, but to get straight on shots of the falls showing both tiers is quite the challenge since the dead limbs protrude across the view of the waterfall. I've been threatening to bring an extendable saw and trimming the limbs off for some time now but on this latest trip I wasn't in the mood to fight a 6 ft tall pole with a sharp blade on the end in the vehicle all day long. Some day though, I'm going to clean that view up.

Jackson Lake.


Yellowstone-Teton National Park, USA.

June 2006.


Taken using Nikon D70.


Shot in jpeg, post-processed in photoshop, saved in jpeg.


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The short but steep trail at milepost 404.7 takes visitors to views of Jackson Falls, making it one of the most popular walks along the parkway. After dropping down 900 feet in elevation on a paved trail, you will find yourself in a small gorge. Your return trip will be a bit more strenuous, but well worth the effort. There are picnic tables at the trailhead, and a short trail to Baker Bluff Overlook.

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From the State Historical Society of Missouri Rehkop/Peterson Collection. Microfilm #C3888, roll 9.

Jackson's 3rd Brigade near Larkin Bell's Field. Marker 404 on the Trailhead map.

Shiloh National Military Park

Shiloh, TN

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