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Grand Teton Landscape Fine Art Collection

Jenny Lake Sunrise
Winter at  the Shane Cabin in Jackson Hole
Wildlifowers, Jackson Lake

Grand Teton panorama prints are in the Panorama Collection if you need giant prints

Panorama Collection

stormy sunrise, Jackson Hole, orange rain
Lunar eclipse, Grand Teton Mountains, Jackson Hole Wyoming
Autumn in Jackson Hole, Gros ventre Mountains, Grand Tetons
Grand Tetons, Red aspens, golden aspens, Bridger Teton National Forest, Jackson Hole, Wyoming,
Reflection, Jenny Lake, Grand Tetons, Grand Teton National Park, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Grand Tetons, Gros Ventre River Valley, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, autumn, fall colors, golden aspen,
Autumn Storm, Oxbow Bend, Grand Teton National Park, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Sunrise, Shwabacker landing, Grand Teton National Park, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Sunset, Snake River Overlook
Blacktail Ponds, Sunset, Grand Tetons, Grand Teton National Park
Cunningham Cabin, full moon, sunrise, Grand Teton National Park
Sunset storm, Grand Tetons, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Window on the Grand Tetons, Jackson Hole Wyoming
Golden Aspen, Buckrail Fence, Grand Tetons, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Bison, Moulton Barn, Grand Tetons, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Balsoom Root, wildflowers, Grand Tetons, Jagged Peaks, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
Light beams, red aspens, grand tetons, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
Moose Reflection, Grand Tetons
Autumn Snow, huge peaks
Jackson Lake Sunrise, Grand Teton National Park, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
warm morning light lighting up the Moulton Barn in Jackson Hole, Wyomng
Cathedral Group Sunrise, jagged peaks of the Teton Range
Autumn aspens, Pond, Teton Range
New snow, Grand Tetons
First Light, Grand Tetons
The Grand Tetons framed through the window of the historic Shane Cabin

Me and the Grand Teton Landscape

In the mountains of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem of northwest Wyoming there is a special valley resplendent with alpine amenities, wide-open spaces, vast forest wilderness, surrounded by towering peaks, and populated with more creatures than you can imagine. Six thousand  elk on the National Elk Refuge outside town, big horn sheep on the mountain tops, moose up the side canyons, deer on the buttes, antelope on the flats, black bears hiding in the trees, buffalo wandering from here to there, and wolves and grizzly bears that want to eat them all. This amalgamation of alpine wonder is called Jackson Hole.

I as a photographer  was drawn here because of the compositionally perfect landscapes, the plethora of wildlife and the lifestyle, both to live and to photograph. Relic western architecture as well as picturesque working ranches often compliments the natural landscape here. Jackson Hole also is a great base for photographing the rest of the Greater Yellowstone.

Before I moved to Jackson Hole in 1987 I never let any moss grow to the bottom of my feet, I was a restless traveler that moved at the drop of a hat. Jackson Hole, Grand Teton National Park, and Yellowstone trapped me and won’t let me go.

 

 

 

 


Featured collections, prints, and blogs
Featured Collection
I recently returned from California and had the opportunity to capture the Super Bloom. I added several captures to the California Landscape Gallery.
Featured Prints

Moose in the Tetons

It is a rare day when you can capture a perfect reflection of the Grand Tetons in the Snake River with the bonus of a moose or two. As a photography guide as well as a landscape photographer, I have been to this spot hundreds of times and this day made me very happy!

A Venice Evening

Photographing Venice Italy is amazing at any time of day but it positively glows shortly after sunset. Photographers call the time after sunset before it gets totally dark the “blue hour.” It is a great time to take photos, especially cityscapes, as the intermingling of natural and artificial light creates dramatic effects and the world is imbued with blue. The juxtaposition of warm and cold light can be quite pleasing.

Strolling Grizzly

Close encounters with grizzly bears are always fun, it its the exhilaration 

Featured Blogs

Photography ~ The Nature Of Light

Running horses, dust, Jackson Hole

By Daryl L. Hunter

Most photographers create random acts of beauty; enlightened nature photographers deliver consistent encapsulations of light and time. Galen Rowell once said: “The landscape is like being there with a powerful personality and I'm searching for just the right angles to make that portrait come across as meaningfully as possible.” Galen did so because of his mastery of light.From the inception of photography, it has been about capturing light.

 

 

Age and pursuit?

I am at that awkward stage of aging where I sometimes forget about it, usually while in pursuit of an elusive photo with a rapid expiration date. It wasn’t until I was forty-three when I took on the task of fatherhood. Another task I added concurrently was to not appear to be the old guy to my young son Scott. I went too much pain to appear to be fifteen years younger, activity wise, than the weary carcass beneath the weary smile.

 

 

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