The spring in Grand Teton National Park, like the fall, is a great time to be there. The flowers are blooming, the wildlife is out and about and you can even have a snowstorm come through.
Sometimes the clouds are hiding the mountains, which can make the photography a challenge, but patience will eventually pay off. The iconic locations of Oxbow Bend, Schwabacher’s Landing, Mormon Row and the Snake River are hard to resist photographing.
The clouds hid the mountains for a few days so I went up to Yellowstone National Park to photograph the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. I created a large panoramic photo based on 32 photos that are stitched together. This results in a huge photograph with amazing detail. This location had been on my list to do this for quite a while.
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Next up is the Grand Canyon in July. We’re hoping for some dramatic summer weather.