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One of my favorite shots of my trip to the Grand Teton National Park was the following. For this picture we left really early in the morning, around 5am in order to be in time. The sun was barely rising and there was a lot of morning fog due to the high temperatures. Because of this the picture came out looking very moody in color and atmosphere.
In the other hand, this picture was almost at the end of our trip, we changed a little or original course in order to find a spot that has a beautiful overlook on top of a hill and you get to see the mountains. This was around sunset that’s why the trees looked darker and the light hits the mountains only.
And finally, for this picture, we were at the Grand Teton National Park. So, after the sun had risen I got closer to the river. Since it was very cold part of it was frozen so the muddy areas were a little more stable to walk on carefully. Because I got closer I was able to capture this photo but also able to get the peak of the Tetons on it.
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