Grand Teton National Park

Grand Tetons Scenery

An afternoon view of the Grand Tetons

From Bryce Canyon National Park to Park City, Utah, to Jackson, Wyoming, to Grand Teton National Park.  I arrived a couple of days ago, was able to check in early to my Jackson hotel, then did a little exploration of a small portion of the park before finally pooping out from the driving and previous hiking.  The 12 days I’ve been on the road have been full, full, full, either with driving or hiking and photographing.  As I’ve found out the hard way, if you keep pushing yourself too much without an occasional nap, then it’s hard to carry on.  Don’t worry, I’ve managed.

Anyway, I spent all day yesterday in the park and will do the same today before heading out tomorrow for Yellowstone National Park.

FYI, mornings all the way up to around noon are the best time for photos out here, before the sun and the haze from the forest fires set in to cover up the incredible scenery out here.  Mornings are also the time to get your photos prior to all the crowds coming in, and trust me, there are crowds out here in Grand Teton National Park.  And this is just a precursor for Yellowstone, I know.

Becky In Grand Teton National Park

Copyright Rebecca L. Latson, all rights reserved.

 

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