We recently had the opportunity to exercise our manifest destiny (look at me, referencing fifth grade social studies-Ms. Anderson would be so proud) when we traveled westward to Jackson Hole, Wyoming for a pair of lifestyle shoots. The first shoot took place in the shadow of the magnificent Grand Teton Range at an old homestead called Mormon Row. The second was shot above the Spring Creek Ranch on a mountain that has gorgeous views of the entire range. Both locations were spectacular and in the case of the shoot at the base of the mountains, we had to be prepared for a storm that swept in very quickly over the mountains. Fortunately, we were able to get the shots we had planned and protect our gear (and our talent) before the wind and the rain really started. The storm provided an awesome backdrop for the images and the shades of colors it painted the mountains and the fields really blended nicely with the wardrobe choices. In post we worked to accent those colors so the elements of each scene really blended together. Here are a few selects from the shoot. Enjoy!