Fall is in the air and the great state of Wyoming has never looked more beautiful. This weekend, I made my yearly pilgrimage to Jackson Hole. Here's some of the amazing scenery we took in along the way.

Fall colors in full bloom overlooking a pond in Teton National Park
On the shores of Jackson Lake in the Tetons
An Aspen stands out against the Evergreens on Jenny Lake
Soaking it all in on the shore of Jenny Lake
Cascade Canyon in the Tetons

Then, of course, no gallery of Wyoming's natural beauty is complete without wildlife

This bear was feeding on berries from a tree about 10 yards away from us near the western entrance of Teton National Park
This herd of bison was grazing outside the southeast entrance to Yellowstone, near Dubois.
Unfortunately, we didn't see any moose on the trip, except for this guy hanging from the ceiling of the Mangy Moose Tavern in Teton Village.