Just back from the Palouse in Eastern Washington State. What a great area to photograph. I am still fighting a bit of jet lag and will start posting some of my Palouse photos on Wednesday. Until then, a couple of Grand Teton photos.
There is a spot just past Jackson Lake Dam that just screams panorama. The pullout is long enough to fit a number of cars, and you get this great view of the Tetons in all of their majesty. The body of water is Jackson Lake and this particular part of the lake is known as Catholic Bay. I have heard this also called Chapel Bay, but after a bit of research, I found a reference to it as Catholic Bay on the National Park Service's website. Regardless of its name, it still is a jaw dropping scene.