Grand Teton National Park, early one morning in May. The park’s name actually refers to only one of the mountains in the Teton Range. Grand Teton was originally named Mount Hayden by some extremely unimaginative people who said, “Hey, you know what we need more of? Geographic features with musical Indian place names renamed after white men!” Fortunately, greater minds won out at least this once.
(Click the image to tetonize.)