On fall mornings, one can see more than photographers lined up to photograph first light on the range.
Rumors have persisted over the years that the park may one day cut back these pines to once again reveal the scene as Adams captured it 76 years ago! As the road splits at the Junction, one will soon come to the most incredible of all scenes in the park — Oxbow Bend.
Perhaps never more beautiful than in the fall, the Snake River provides a foreground view that transitions into Cottonwoods and then the range itself with Mt. Moran taking center stage. This past fall, I had my group on location at predawn.
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As you can see, the river was perfectly still and as the dawn hues arrived, the snow-covered peaks of the Teton Range reflected beautifully, allowing me and my group to create this image. Oxbow is a location that one can photograph at both ends of the day. My favorite time is morning but I have made some nice images during and after sunset.
Sunset works better if there are some clouds in the sky. This scene is generally photographed in the morning as first light hits the peaks. I decided a couple years ago to try photographing this scene at sunset and came away with this image. At sunrise, this location can be overrun with photographers. When I captured this image, I had the location to myself.
This lone barn has been restored recently along with other barns and old homes in the Mormon Row Historic District. Regardless of the time of year you chose to photograph Grand Teton National Park, one thing will remain constant — the beauty will overwhelm your senses! Having begun his professional career over 40 years ago as a sports photographer, Don successfully transitioned into the world of fine art landscape photography in The rest of his time is spent on his landscape photography work. Don is renowned for his work as stock photographer for Getty images and as a landscape workshop instructor, teaching 17 workshops per year.
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