Wildflowers & Grand Teton, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
The parched sagebrush flats and brown grasslands of the West turn suddenly green with the summer rains, and if you look up close, you will discover that it is not simply green, but a thousand different hues. In composing this photograph, I hoped that the purple of the asters would unite the lush foreground with the pre-dawn glow of the distant peaks, proving that the beauty of the Western landscape lies as much in the subtle nuances of little plants and flowers as it does in majestic mountains.
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