So just where was I then? I’ll let you know but first I want to tell you about a new blog post theme I’m introducing with this post, and you guessed it, it’s called “So just where was I __ years ago today?” In the twelve years I’ve been publishing In Focus Daily, I’ve travelled extensively with photography as the primary reason for my travels. I’m fortunate that I have the health, the means, and the passion to do what I do. And since the beginning, I have posted current photographs to In Focus Daily, only occasionally revisiting older photographs from past trips. But over the years, and from many fabulous photography adventures, I have amassed a treasure trove of photographs from incredibly wonderful places. So, starting today, I will occasionally revisit some of the images from past years that I have never published on In Focus Daily. When I thought about doing this, I decided to pick the date I would be publishing the photograph, e.g.,today is October 9, so where I was on this date one or more years ago. I randomly picked 2018. And, so just where was I four years ago today? As it turns out, four years ago today I was in one of my favorite places on Earth, Grand Teton National Park where I spent two of the best summers of my life in the mid 1960’s. On October 9, 2018, we visited Oxbow Bend as the sun came up. Mount Moran on the right is shrouded in mist and clouds.