On the "other" (Idaho) side of the Tetons is an area called the Jedediah Smith Wilderness area. We went on a day hike there yesterday. It was absolutely gorgeous and we only saw a few people all day. It was cloudy and cool and made for a wonderful day. All pictures taken with the Olympus OM-D E-M5. The IBIS was amazing. The blurred water shots were taken at 1/20 with no tripod. You start in the valley floor where you get to hike along some beautiful waterfalls. You quickly start to climb and have the view of some beautiful cliffs across the valley. The wildflowers are just getting started.... Before long you start getting up where it is really high. You come across an interesting waterfall across the canyon that starts at the cave and becomes visible again at the bottom of the canyon. This shot was taken at 1/25 with a telephoto lens handheld and it came out sharp. I couldn't believe it. Another shot of the canyon wall. We reached a fun little area with a little seasonal waterfall. We decided that this was the perfect place for lunch. You can tell how high we are because there is still snow. Greg enjoyed eating his lunch on a rock in the middle of the little stream. I did the same!!