Steve Guymon Photography

Grand Teton National Park

Is there a more photogenic site than Grand Teton National Park in the autumn? Spectacular mountain vistas coupled with colorful autumn leaves makes landscape photography a joy – so many angles provide nearly unlimited compositions. Accomodating moose, elk, bears and small critters almost seem willing to pose. It’s understandable why so many people enjoy GTNP at this time of the year.

6 Responses to “Grand Teton National Park”

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    “These really are perfect pictures, Mommy.”

  2. Marta says:

    I completely agree with you. Autumn is my favourite season, and I really do think this park is wonderful. Just seeing it makes me feel joyful.

    Your pictures are amazing! I wish I could be like you. I mean being able to travel all around the world seeing those astonishing landscapes, and being able to take a picture of them with all its beauty to see it over and over again to review the experience.
    I’d really love to do it but I see it too imposible to be real.
    At least, in two years I’ll take up a photograpy course, and I’ll save money for a good camera.

    Sorry if I’ve written something wrong, I’m not american nor english, I’m catalan, from Barcelona, and just 15.

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