The Other Side of the Teton Range: Exploring Idaho Farm Country
When you tell people that you are going to visit the Tetons most people think of Grand Teton National Park located in Wyoming. And for good reason, Grand Teton National Park is one of the most picturesque places in the lower 48 with towering snow capped mountains, clear streams and lakes and abundant wildlife. However, over the pass into Idaho provides a entirely different, yet just as spectacular, scene. Rolling farmland full of wheat, abandoned buildings, and an endless sky provide ample opportunities for photographers.
Old farm building
Rodeo in Driggs, ID
Wheat fields with the Teton range in the distance
Abandoned house near Drummond, Idaho
Experience the other side of the Teton Range in Idaho during the 2016 Jennifer King Photography Teton Workshop.
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