I took this photo of the Huidekoper meadow one evening in early July. This beautiful spot is tucked away, behind a stand of lodge pole pines, just off the highway up Teton Pass. Most people drive right past, unaware of its existence. The evening I took this photograph was quiet and cool. A red tractor chugged along cutting the grass for hay. I was interested in photographing the long evening shadows and the two huge boulders, around which the tractor scythed hay.
It was ultimately a real treat to still see a working ranch in Jackson Hole.
– Ed Lavino