This is Willow Flats in Grand Teton National Park viewed from the Jackson Lake Lodge Overlook during the fall. Here you can see the Teton Mountain Range with Mt. Moran and Skillet Glacier in the middle and Jackson Lake off to the left. The most amazing thing about this view during the fall is that it turns this amazing golden color. It’s so rich and vibrant with shades of green, amber, purples and rust mixed in to the golden color. It’s such a contrast to the vibrant green you see in the summer here at Willow Flats. This Teton Mountain Range panorama I took during the summer shows the difference in color. Whether its summer or fall, you can understand why John D. Rockefeller, after seeing this view, bought up all this land to save it from development and eventually turned it over to the U.S. Government to run as a National Park.