Since I am getting ready to graduate from BYU-Idaho in about 3 weeks (July 23, 2013), I have been trying to go to places I have never been to near school, or go to places I’ve been to for one last time before I leave. Last weekend I was able to go to Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming with some of my Professional Imaging classmates. The day started out pretty early, but in the end, it was a very productive day photography wise.

It is rare to see the Tetons without clouds surrounding them, but I was able to capture them without clouds in the same location where Ansel Adams took his famous photo in 1942 of the Snake River and the Tetons seen below.


Ansel Adams picture of the Tetons with the Snake River at Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. Taken in 1942.





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