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Photo Guide to Grand Teton National Park

Teton BisonMy visit in September to Grand Teton National Park was marred by wildfire smoke. I came home with a few good shots; and lots of shots from good locations that would have been good save for the smoke. One way I found to improve the shots where smoke was an issue was to convert to black and white. This definitely saved some of my images, and perhaps I will do a separate post on that sometime soon. Right now, however, I’d like to tell you about a new photo guide to Grand Teton National Park that I’ve written for Photohound.

My guide covers some of the basics of shooting in the park as well as gives an itinerary of what to shoot if you only have a day or two. The guide describes 18 spots in total, including many well known spots and a few relatively unknown ones. There is definitely many other great photo locations in and adjacent to the park, and if you have some, I encourage you to add them to Photohound and improve this guide. I’m sure to go back someday in the not to distant future and would like to see you best Grand Teton locations.

Here are a few shots from the guide. Many more can be found on Photohound.

Pronghorn antelope playing peek-a-boo on Antelope Flats

A spot along the highway where the trees mimic the mountains

Panorama of 6 shots at String Lake

Shot from inside the Shane Cabin

Who know the Tetons had red rocks (actually, this spot is slightly outside the park)

3 responses

  1. Molto, molto belle 🙂

    November 27, 2020 at 10:05 am

  2. Fantastic set of images, Joe. Love your landscapes and the pronghorn peekaboo made me smile. 🙂

    November 28, 2020 at 11:57 am

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