Grand Teton National Park
The world doesn’t have many mountain scenes like at Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park. The valley of Jackson Hole is about 15 miles at its widest point. Relatively flat, you can view it from east to west, a wide plain of sagebrush punctuated only periodically by aspen groves, the occasional lone tree and stretches of the Snake River. Then, at the western edge, the valley stops abruptly, as the steep Teton Range thrusts nearly 7,000 feet up from the valley floor.
Prominent photography opportunities in Grand Teton include: landscape, wildlife, rustic settings, nature, mountains, waterfalls, wildflowers, fall foliage, river scenes, alpine lakes.
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