There is truly no limit to the beauty of Mother Nature. In this image, the sunset’s ebbing glow engulfs the the mountain range of Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming:
This particular vantage point of the Snake River and the Teton Range has been popular with photographers for over half a century—Ansel Adams photographed this area in the early 1940s. Established in 1929, the 310,000 acre park is located just ten miles south of Yellowstone National Park. The ecosystem located within is in almost pristine condition, with many of its prehistoric species of flora and fauna still existing today.
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