The Red Hills are located just east of Grand Teton National Park and are rarely visited by tourists. The main attraction of this area are the hills, which have a beautiful red color that I believe are caused by mineral deposits. It is an area that I have photographed a number of times. You might ask where they are in this photo, and my answer is that they are not, but rather to my back. On my visits here before I have tried and failed to get a shot looking west toward the Tetons, because, prior to this visit, the haze has always negatively impacted the scene. This time, the haze was almost non-existent, and I was able to get a decent shot. I composed this using both the split rail fence of Red Hills Ranch and the dirt road as leading lines to the top of the Tetons.