The Mountains of Jackson Hole

Photography & Words: Ashlee Mintz Photography


If you are looking for a nostalgic adventure that will leave you wanting more then head into the heart of the American West to Jackson Hole Wyoming.


Jackson Hole is between the Teton Mountain Range and the Snake River, located along the border of Wyoming and Idaho. My favorite site to be seen was nestled in the mountains of the beautiful Jackson Hole and was the most perfect rustic barn. The Moulton Barn with the Teton mountains in the background is one of Jackson Holes greatest treasures.


Jackson Hole in the summertime is truly one of the most gorgeous places you could possibly dream up, and from jaw-dropping views of the Grand Teton mountains to the forests with trees and wildlife, it truly does not get any better than this. Jackson Hole offers amazing sights and outdoor fun year-round, so the best time to visit Jackson Hole depends on your preferred adventure. But the summer months are peak tourist season for hiking, mountain biking, fly-fishing, and horseback riding.


It is the kind of place where you can wear your cowboy boots to even the fanciest restaurant, what could be better than that! This hidden treasure is truly a spectacular adventure waiting to be discovered. Just remember if you go exploring not to forget your bear spray!

Film | Fuji400h & Porta400
Camera | Mamiya645 Pro TL
Lab | TheFindLab

About Ashlee:
I am a natural light wedding and portrait photographer who lives to tell your story. Your wedding is one of the most important days of your life, and for me to be in your world on that day is an honor. My images combine romance, whimsy, and warmth while capturing genuine human emotion. It is with these raw, unrehearsed emotions that I bring you back to that exact moment in time for years to come. Your wedding is special and I want the moments I capture to be treasured by you as much as they are treasured by me.


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