I'm amazed at how many pictures I took at both Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Park. Both parks have given me a new appreciation for nature & preserving it, instead of using and harming it.
I know it can be hard to look at a ton of mountain pictures, especially if you have never seen them in person before, so I will try not to overwhelm my connections!
While we only drove through Grand Teton National Park one one day (to get to Driggs, Idaho), and 1 day of activities there...it has made a lasting impression on me.
The mountains are truly majestic, the lakes are pristine, the views are amazing.
I love the lighting in the above picture, you can see the sun shining in the valley....
Wonderful waters - we dipped our feet in Jenny Lake, but this picture is a shallow part of a river.
Glaciers are seen
Pine trees dominate the landscape
Light & darkness can make for some wonderful shots
Nature is always beautiful~
Wildflowers seen near Jenny Lake
Mountains with names I cannot remember are seen from everywhere
This is the Teton landscape - I remember Grand Teton & Moran Mountain are here.
Me at Jenny Lake, with the Teton mountains in the background
A storm was coming over the mountains. We heard the thunder. At the time we were on a lake tour of Jenny Lake - he started heading back then!
The Grand Teton National Park celebrated their 50th Anniversary in 2000. Check out
www.nps.gov.grte/index/htmÂ to learn tons more about the park & to plan your own trip. With the Ranger led talks, & walks, informative films & awesome bookstores....plus with the scenery & animals....it's an awesome place to visit!
Have you ever visited Grand Teton National Park? Have you ever seen mountains?