Our evening sunset shoot was a bust last night. In addition, our morning sunrise shoot was problematic but I should find a few images to post later. The fun really got started when we took a trip down Moose Wilson rd. on our way back to Jackson Hole. You know when things get crazy when all the cars on this two lane road start piling up, pulling over, and trying to park along side the road. We came upon the congestion but could not see what the people were looking at. We later found out it was a black bear up in a tree. There was limited space for us to park and the Rangers were on our tail so we continued down to the Granite Circle Overlook where we found many Aspens in fall color with the mountains in the background. As we got our of our SUV a man came up to us and said that a Moose Cow and her child were across the road deep into the trees. So with long lenses in our hands we ventured off the path into the trees in search of wildlife. The above image shows the Cow laying among the grass resting near her younger counterpart. We slowly approached her and moved around to capture this image. I guess it was just a Moose kinda day so far. Enjoy!