The two mountains, not very tall ones at that, are known as The Bubbles and atop the South Bubble is the glacial erratic known as Bubble Rock. I’ve not photographed it or been up to see it as of yet. I am sure the web is rife with images such as this, but every year I try to find a slightly different way to see them and this year found these boulders to give the foreground a bit of framing for them.
’twas a dark and stormy morning. Well, not all that stormy but there were light showers and the sky was a mixed bag of overcast and partly cloudy. Not much color so black and white suited the shot I thought.
The more socially acceptable explanation for the names of the mountains is that they look like bubbles. But other sources admit that they got their name in the same way as the Tetons.