This past weekend we were in Teton Village for an art show. I love that area. It’s right at the base of the Tetons, and is gorgeous. If I ever win the lottery, or get rich somehow, I will buy a house in Wilson. When we are there doing art shows they allow all us crazy artist people to park our RVs in one of the big parking lots. This is actually not as bad as it sounds. The surroundings more than make up for the fact that you’re in a parking lot. The first evening we were there a momma deer with her tiny twins showed up. So cute!
Last year I photographed the horses that are used for trail rides. Every evening they run the herd from the corrals, to this huge beautiful pasture. I got some pretty fun shots last year, but I was really chomping at the bit (LOL) to get back and get some more. I sent Al over to the trail ride company office, to see if A) I could get into a better photo spot, and B) see if they wanted any images to sell to the tourists. The answer to both those questions was yes. I’m not sure which made me more excited, to get a nice little wholesale account, or get into the magic secret spot to take photos.
There is a very cool old barn there too. I’ve never been able to get close to it before, I was glad I got to see it close up.
The show went well for us, which after the disappointing shows in Arizona was a welcome relief. We are back at the Gros Ventre now, and we have another show this weekend in town. Hopefully it will be a good one too.
All these images are available for sale too, so if you see something you love, let me know.
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