I visited Grand Teton National Park on a peak foliage weekend in late September, 2015. As expected, the main Oxbow Bend vista was very crowded. After photographing from that spot, I drove a short distance to the westernmost corner of Oxbow Bend via an open access road to the Cattleman’s Bridge Site. There, I encountered literally no other visitors. I entered an aspen grove and followed a lightly-worn trail to an appendage of the river. When I emerged from the other side of the grove, I was greeted by a scene that almost surpassed the magnificence of the main Oxbow Bend vista. In this spot, a grove of aspens offered a variety of hues—greens and reds in addition to yellows—and “The Grand” was visible above the nearby alpine hills. I was enraptured by the beauty of the scene, and am as pleased by the photos I got at this spot as those I took at the main Oxbow Bend vista.