Snow can be seen year-round on the tallest mountains in the Teton Range, as this telephoto shot of the Grand Teton shows. I took this photo in August of a very hot summer and was delighted to see details of this, the tallest peak, and its snowy remnants of winter that my naked eyes could not see. Like a fractal, the closer you zoom in on the sawtooth peaks, the more teeth upon craggy teeth you see.
The Teton Range is the youngest range in the Rocky Mountains. It is located in the far western edge of Wyoming, tilting westward and towering above the Jackson Hole valley. The snow covers various glaciers that expect to be completely melted in 50-75 years. Like many National Parks, the Tetons are awe-inspiring to witness first-hand.
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Jack Huber has taken tens of thousands of photographs around the country and in his foreign travels.