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September 25, 2006

Yellowstone (Grand Teton) Day 11: Signal Mountain overlook & a fogbow

Filed under: Yellowstone Trip 2006 — Mike U @ 2:10 pm

An incredible fogbow with Grant Teton in the background.  One of my best images of the trip!It’s early afternoon and I’m on the road back home.  Currently 2pm MDT in Lander, WY where I just had lunch.  I arrived for my sunrise shooting location atop Signal Mountain in Grand Teton NP around 6:30am.  Morning fog at the foot of the Tetons over the lakes was incredible!  From 1000 feet above, I had one memorable view of the Tetons looking down on the fog.  Incredible!  I thought this was surely enough… but there was more… after that shoot, I drove southwest a bit from Signal Mountain to near the Potholes Turnout at the edge of the fog.  An incredible fogbow greeted me… it was the first time I’ve seen such a phenomenon actually.  I was able to capture some spectacular images of this.  Even more… the fog was just transparent enough…including the fogbow…. that Grand Teton’s peak was in view along with the remaining fogbow!  Holy cow, anyway, I can’t wait to see how those images look on the computer..  I may upload a "photo of the day" either later tonight at another resting spot or sometime tomorrow morning.   


  1. Hi Mike,

    Thanks for the continued postings and the pics. Can’t wait to see the fogbow and GT. It has been fun to read your trip
    while vacationing myself in Madison, WI.

    Went to see Gordon Lightfoot in concert last week, but other than that uneventful but quiet and a nice relaxing vacation.

    Comment by Fritz — September 26, 2006 @ 8:12 am

  2. Hi Mike, I have been doing landscape photography my entire life and I have never come across a shot like the Fogbow and the Tetons!!! What an amazing shot~~~ Keep up the good work~ Karen

    Comment by Karen — April 19, 2008 @ 5:57 pm

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