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Oxbow Bend, Full Moon


Oxbow Bend shot entirely by the light of the full moon.

It seems that if you go to the Tetons you have to shoot this iconic location, and I admit to being no different.

Photographers were beginning to line the banks at 4:30AM to stake out there claim to a spot from which they could shoot the sunrise. However, no one else seemed to be shooting in the dark as they waited. At 6:30 vans began to disperse tour groups and things began to get a little ridiculous. On this morning that was also when the storm clouds moved in covering the Tetons and when I gladly left for quieter locations.

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