I can't see the Tetons without thinking of the man who instilled in me a particular discipline in my photography, the concept of get it right in the camera, don't correct a problem in the darkroom. The MAN was Ansel Adams and one of his most noted images was the Grand Tetons and the Snake River. Try buying an original print for under 5 figures (one of my J profs bought a print from AA just after the War for a pittance, maybe a couple hundred bucks. I can still see the signed presentation print in his home, from ~ 1973. So the short story has again become long, I can't see an image of the Tetons without wondering what it looks like in B & W. To wit, if this rendering offends you I will gladly delete, regardless, this is a pretty good look of you image. Props for getting out on two wheels and stopping to smell the flowers.