Situated to the south of Yellowstone National Park the Grant Teton National Park forms part of the Greater Yellowstone Eco System. At its core is the Tetro Range, some of the youngest mountains in the United States. The rise steeply on the eastern side and a series of lakes are to be found at the foot of these peaks. The Snake River rises to the north and flows on the eastern side through the fertile valley of Jackson Hole. The area has been farmed for many years and remnants of these settlements still survive today. However the influence of man has done little to change the spectacular landscape of the National Park.
This series of photographs concentrates of the landscapes and human intervention of more than 150 years, allowing one to appreciate the full majesty of this part of Wyoming through the seasons.