Landscape, nature, and wildlife images from the Tetons

I was able to go on the most amazing trip with a class of photographers to see some Grand Teton Landscapes during the spring. The lush green forests were so inviting. Although there was a lot of cloud coverage, hiding The Grand, I was able to capture a few beautiful moments.

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Emilee-Wright-The-Grand-Teton-Landscapes

The nature is breathtaking with beautiful little flowers and trees that surround you. In order to get this shot with a nice bokeh blur, my camera settings were 1/125 shutter speed, f/5.6 ISO 100. I had a zoom lens so I zoomed all the way out in order to have more lens compression to increase the blur.

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We also went to Mormon Row which has quite a few beautiful old barns and houses. The following barn and pink house were taken on the same street. I love the beautiful light pink color and how the sunrise warmed the picture. I used a tripod for the two pictures in order to have a slower shutter speed to let in more light since they were taken when the sun wasn’t quite up. Check out http://www.carynesplin.com/grand-tetons-mormon-row-barn-featured/ to see some more amazing shots of the Mormon Row Barn.

Emilee-Wright-The-Grand-Teton-Landscapes

Emilee-Wright-The-Grand-Teton-Landscapes

It’s also a fun adventure being able to see wildlife in the park and surrounding areas. We found a whole herd of buffalo making their way into the forrest. It was fun to watch them run and gather together as a family. We also saw a group of birds in a nearby lake. If you haven’t made your way out to The Grand Teton National Park, I would highly recommend it. There is so much to see and appreciate in the world around us.

Emilee-Wright-The-Grand-Teton-Landscapes

Emilee-Wright-The-Grand-Teton-Landscapes

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