Every Fall I head to the Tetons to photograph the changing of the fall colors! Every year I am always amazed by the Tetons. How different they can look, how quickly the colors can change and how cold or hot it can become at this time of the year.
The Tetons are pretty spectacular. They remind me of the Bitterroot mountain range in Montana. No lead up to the mountain’s. Just Peaks raising straight up from the valley floor. If you ever get a chance to visit the Teton’s in the fall you, then you will not regret it. Just try and find areas off the beaten track and away from the crowds and you will most definitely have an enjoyable adventure!
Here is a small gallery of some of my Tetons Adventure from 2016
Tags: 21mm, 70-200mm, adventure, carl zeiss 21mm distagon, Fall colors, filter, formatt-hitech, grand teton, horses, Long Exposure, mountians, nikon d4s, nikon d800, nikon d810, peaks, prime time, sigma 150-600mm, sport, valley, wyoming