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  • Laura H

    Yellow, From: The Worlds Most Amazing Trees (Mount Moran, Grand Tetons, Wyoming)

  • Michael Leong

    Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, USA

  • Gabrielle D. Peak

    In September,the Colorado Aspen trees turn the loveliest shade of,one gets to see that twice as much.

  • Elisha Rapinchuk

    Wyoming -- blue and yellow - living room color inspiration... denims would be terrific as the blues, then yellow and white buffalo checks or a flannel print for curtains and/or pillows, add in a quilt for background, some Native artwork or wild animal prints... old dark wood....

Related Pins Take life one step at a will accomplish wonders. This tree doesn’t care about gravity…

wow - i've never seen a tree grow in a spot like this

I fell for the white picket fence and happily everafter, now i just want a beautiful tree in a field or yard near me....!

reminds me of this beautiful tree that was outside of an apartment complex I lived at while attending college, and taking pictures under it with some friends and roommates.

Jackson Hole, Wyoming ~ Grand Teton National Park. Wouldn't YOU love to be in that little red boat with a picnic lunch and a good book?! AffordableYellows... ]

Wyoming again! This is why I would live in Wyoming, undisturbed nature and mountains!

“Don't you love New York in the fall? It makes me want to buy school supplies. I would send you a bouquet of newly sharpened pencils if I knew your name and address.” ― Nora Ephron

Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming: The park is beautiful in fall, and much less crowded than it is in summer.

Definitely a place to live the simple life.. If you haven't been out West Wyoming is pretty beautiful.. freezing cold in the winters though! ;)