The Moose-Wilson road in the Great Teton National Park is always resplendent in fall with its aspens, berries and foliage.
A black bear forages for alderberry above Moose Wilson Road in Grand Teton National Park.
Sometimes you have to stretch to get the best alderberry!
A good sense of balance is critical as a black bear feasts on berries on the top branches of an alderberry.
Maples amidst the Aspens
Some of the best autumn foliage occurs every fall in the Grand Teton NP along Moose-Wilson road where the diversity of trees can create stunning displays.
Maples, alderberry and other reds and purples mix below golden aspen.
Mount Moran and the northern flank of the Teton range are silhouetted against a colorful evening sky.
The cottonwoods around the Moulton Barn are some of the last leaves to change. When these leaves have dropped, winter is at hand.
A bald eagle rises in the autumn sky in search of fish in the rich waters of the Snake River as it slows around Oxbow Bend.
Most aspen turn yellow and golden in autumn but when conditions are right a select few can turn a fiery orange.
A bull moose calls for a cow moose on the other side of a nearby pond.
The Teton range stands in majestic triumph before another gorgeous autumn sunset.