Yellowstone & Grand Tetons

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Wild Horses roam the plains in Grand Teton National Park

Well it’s been a little while since I’ve posted but in my absence I’ve travelled about 2,000 miles up to Yellowstone National Park and now down to the Tetons. The first 5 days I spent in Gardiner, MT near the north entrance of Yellowstone. From there we traveled to Flagg Ranch, WY for a couple nights. Today we drove a couple hours south to work the southern portion of Grand Teton National Park from Jackson, WY.

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A mother bison and her calf in Yellowstone near the Lamar Valley

 

We’ve had great weather in the mid 70s during the day and high 30s at night. So far we’ve been able to shoot the Upper Falls and Undine Falls in Yellowstone as well as Mormon Row in the Tetons. Not much time to spare though, I gotta get the lens cleaned for tomorrow’s sunrise shot of the infamous Moulton Barn.

Wyoming, September 10, 2013

Wyoming, September 10, 2013

Pronghorn near the Lamar Valley, Yellowstone. Shot with Nikon D800E and 600mm fixed lens.

Pronghorn near the Lamar Valley, Yellowstone. Shot with Nikon D800E and 600mm fixed lens.

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