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.

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

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