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New Business and Collateral Cards

 

AUTHENTIC WYOMING

Just completed are our new business cards and collateral rack cards.  After creating a new business card with a new theme and changing it many times I have settled on final design.  Although these images do not do these new collateral advertising pieces they came out great.  I wanted to capture the some of the flavor that Wyoming and the Yellowstone Basin delivers.  Wyoming simply offers some of the best eye candy God ever laid his artful hand on.

If you would like one of my business cards sent to you or some of our collateral rack cards for your store or gallery let me know.  I want to share with the world what I see every day living here.  I want to share “Authentic Wyoming” with you!  Contact me by email “Sales@Jacksonholetim” or call me (307) 690-0427.

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7 New Greeting Cards Added to Collection

After carefully reviewing hundreds of images I have select these 7 new images to add to our Greeting Card Collection.  This brings the choices to a total of 16 cards in all.  Again these are 5×7 Folded format cards with envelopes.  Each card will ship with their own protective clear sleeve.  $3.85 per card plus shipping.

RETAILERS WANTED!

Do you own a retail store that sells Greeting Cards?  Reach out to us via email to “sales@jacksoholetim.com”

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Tetons From Four Winter Views…

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Hard to believe that January, 2013 is in its last week already.  The past three weeks here in the Yellowstone Basin and Jackson Hole have been cold.  Some of the temperatures in the Moran Junction area were recorded as low as -38 degrees earlier this week.  In Jackson the temperatures have been below zero almost every day.  The high temps for the day if lucky have been just above zero.

That seems to be changing now as the cold temps are moving to the east.  I laugh at the news reports when they say the low is going to be in the low 20’s.  The good thing about these cold days is that they are created by a high pressure area and the sky’s are generally clear and blue.  I have been out almost every morning looking for something special to shoot with my camera and it has been slim pickins as they say.

This morning I traveled north of town with Peyton after stopping for our morning cup of coffee and a blueberry scone.  The sky was absolutely clear – devoid of morning haze and such.  On mornings such as these the skyline that is behind the Teton Range to the west is usually a dark blue that helps perfectly highlight the shape of these magnificent peaks.

The pictures above are all taken this morning all within 10 minutes of each other.  Each picture was taken from a different location on HWY 89 which is the road to Yellowstone.  If you look closely you will see how the views of the Teton change. The first picture was taken from Antelope Flats area just north of Dornan’s.  The second was above Schwabachers Landing, the third from Glacial Turnout and the fourth from the Ansel Adams turnout.  Enjoy…