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  • The Persimmon Images studio is closed.

    As of December, 2015, we are no longer accepting new clients for weddings or portraits except on a limited by-referral basis or for repeat clients. If you are a current client and have any questions or requests for us, please email us at love [at] persimmonimages [dot] com or call/text Kat at 206.354.2212.

    Thank you for your years of business, support, laughter, and love!

    - Kat & Justin

Travelogue | Jackson, Wyoming

Late last summer, we spent a week in a miraculously large vacation home outside Jackson, Wyoming. We were diverted to Jackson after plans for our yearly trip to Glacier National Park fell through at the last minute… but rather than pine for the great outdoors, we packed up our car and made the 15-hour drive out to Grand Teton National Park. We cycled and hiked, drank fine wine and listened to elk bugle in our back yard. Now is a perfect time to revisit… Enjoy a few photos from the trip.

Riding the path between the house and Grand Teton Park in Jackson, WY

Cyclist at Jenny Lake, Grand Teton National Park, Jackson, WyomingJenny Lake, Grand Teton National Park, Jackson, Wyoming

Lone tree in field, Jackson, Wyoming

Fossilized creature in stone along the path to Death Canyon in Jackson WyomingDetail of antler arch in central Jackson Hole, Wyoming

A pond near the Amangani Hotel in Jackson, Wyoming

Cowboy hats in a shop in Jackson, Wyoming

A field of light and shadow in Grand Teton National ForestJustin hiking to the top of Taylor Peak in Grand Teton National Forest

A dandelion growing in a field in Grand Teton National Forest

Cattle in a field outside Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Evening light over a valley in Jackson, WyomingRiver Bed at Sunset in Jackson, Wyoming

Large leg bone found in a river bed in Jackson, Wyoming

CaitStClair - Gorgeous! Such pretty country! And it’s so interesting to me that you’re *only* 15 hours way. I live IN Wyoming and it still takes me a solid 7 hours to get there!

Justin - We actually drove very conservatively! 5 hours to Spokane, 6 hours to Dillon and then 4 hours to Jackson. Not bad right? 😉 There was a time we’d have done it in a day but we took a luxurious 3 days and visited friends and family en route.

Kristin - Looks like home! Pretty pictures Kat!

Regina Lynn - I haven’t made it to Jackson yet, but my best friend lives there, so hopefully I’ll get to visit. Such a beautiful area! You got a lot of amazing shots!

Christen - Aw! My pretty home! I just showed Leigh and he said “That’s definitely the coolest shot of the antlers I’ve ever seen.” And, um, trust me, we see A LOT.

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