Grand Teton National Park is well known for its stunning scenery and photogenic wildlife.  Perhaps less well known are the extraordinary cultural resources the park holds, including a wealth of historical structures, some in varying states of disrepair and decay, others still in active use.  All of them testify to the vibrant history of Jackson Hole over the last century.  Over the past several years I have explored these properties and shot thousands of images; 38 of those images formed a documentary exhibition, Landscapes of Loss: A Window into Grand Teton's Past, shown at three different venues in Jackson Hole from early December 2014 through July 2015.  This portfolio showcases a selection of those images.