Shifting Teton Sunrise

My posts are likely going to be in no particular order as I process photos from the past few months in preparation for Holiday shows and sales.  I’ve just returned from the Smokey Mountains of Tennessee, but today’s photographs are from my visit to the Tetons in Wyoming.  (If you’re anxious to see anything in particular from my trips, leave a message and I’ll do my best to move it up the queue)

One of my favorite things about shooting out west is how very quickly the sky changes.  The Tetons are a fantastic example of this.  The weather is always changing.  During sunrise the play of light across traveling clouds create innumerable images.  The entire landscape can change from one moment to the next.  It makes it more difficult for me to pull my favorite images from the session, but I’m not complaining.

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These two images were created only 7 minutes apart.   The skies were in constant change for over an hour.  And for some strange reason, no one was photographing from my location.  And thats always a nice experience in popular national parks.  🙂

To purchase any of these images, head on over to my website or send me an email at JLGould@JLGould.com.  If you’d like to see any particular image at upcoming shows, please let me know.

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