Grand Teton National Park
Though its northern neighbor Yellowstone is relatively well known as a winter photography destination, Grand Teton National Park is still a relatively well-kept cold-weather secret to all but locals and skiers. The park receives a lot of snow—a near-constant supply throughout the season, which covers the landscape in silence and beauty. Moreover, a photographer can spend an entire day snowshoeing the wilderness and not seeing another person or tracks in the freshly fallen white.
Prominent photography opportunities in Grand Teton National Park include: rustic settings, wildlife, landscape, nature, mountains, waterfalls, fall foliage, winter, alpine lakes.
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