SNAPPED: Fog bow over Jackson from the National Elk Refuge

JACKSON, Wyo. — If you ever drive around Jackson early in the morning you’ll notice the fog often creates scenes around the valley which always contain a bit of serenity that can be found nowhere else.

Yesterday morning, Saturday, Nov. 21, Buckrail reader Sean Robertson captured a beautiful “fog bow” above the Cache Creek Trailhead area while low clouds and fog blanketed Jackson.

The bow was lit by the early morning sunshine and hovered above Jackson as cool temperatures kept fog low in the valley.

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