One of the most iconic spots in the Grand Tetons is Lower Schwabacher Landing. It is constantly ranked quite high on lists of places to visit and photograph. I have been there many times in the past and often was shut out by the weather and/or low-hanging clouds that would hide the peak of the Teton's highest peak (The Grand). On my last visit there in 2015, I finally got perfect weather (albeit without any clouds). On my trip last week, we had similar weather and got some terrific shots. We revisited a couple of days later and this one cloud was quite stubborn. It just wouldn't move. As I waited for it to clear, I noticed that there were flocks of migrating birds flying above the peaks in their normal "V" formation. I thought that this would add some unusual interest to the scene.