Season Summary & Highlights

The leaves in the Tetons are now past peak and hence the shooting season is coming to a close.  It was a good year, with the usual frequent trips to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, as well as trips to the Grand Canyon National Park, Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, and Mount Rainier National Park. One of my favorite shots from the summer came unexpectedly.  It was quite smokey in the Tetons, and we hiked to Hermitage Point along Jackson Lake looking for wildlife opportunities and scouting a few spots to shoot next spring. On the way back, a summer thunderstorm over the mountains cleared a little bit of smoke and then for less than a minute, a window opened in the clouds allowing sunlight to bathe down on a glistening Mount Moran.

Next year will hopefully include trips to the Canyonlands, Arches and Capitol Reef National Parks in Utah.  We found ourselves missing Glacier National Park quite a bit by the end of the summer, so maybe we will have a return trip to ‘The Crown of the Continent’.  I’ll post a few more highlights from the year soon.

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