High Water


The Jackson Diner

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Flat Creek  waters run high as mountain snows melt in nearby Grand Teton National Park. A lone duck feeds in the rushing water.

Photos are taken with an iphone7plus.

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  1. 🙂 Superb shots!
    We live right on a river bank so we know what high water is! The house hasn’t flooded yet (over the years), fortunately!

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