Last Saturday, we packed up and headed for Yellowstone National Park. On the way, we drove through Jackson Hole.
The majesty of the jagged Teton range tend to make a camera bug become buggier than usual.
The view over a sparkling Jackson Lake deserved another photo session.
At the northern end of the Grand Teton National Park, we came to our first animal-related traffic jam. People don't seem to mind traffic jams of this kind. Mostly, they just park and get out their binoculars, spotter scopes, and cameras, often hugely expensive models with foot-long lenses attached.
This time we had a moose jam. Two bull moose were chilling in a pond, paying no attention whatsoever to the avid tourists.
Bull moose are usually tolerant creatures, but still, don't you think these tourists were pushing their luck?