I’ve apparently been rediscovering my love for black and white prints again lately. With the temperatures reaching unseasonable warmth right now, it’s almost as if the off-season has already started for the residents as well as the local flora and fauna of Jackson Hole. As a result, I’ve been going back to some photos that had always caught my eye but for one reason or another, never did anything with. This was from a particularly cloudy afternoon that was beginning to break up along the Teton Mountains. The Grand Teton at this point was clearly visible while the rest of the mountains were only beginning to come back into view. Once again, this was one of those shots that was just waiting for the black and white conversion.