Sunrise at Grand Teton National Park looks something like this: Beautiful! Juliet Schwab captured this image a few years ago as the sun’s rays illuminated the top of Mount Moran and turned the sky pink. Photo courtesy of Juliet Schwab.
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This view is thought to be the most photographed site in Grand Teton National Park. The Snake River is in the process of abandoning a meander and forming an Oxbow Lake – an abandoned lake with little flow because the river has a more rapid flow path. The little current flowing through Oxbow Bend keeps the water quiet, allowing the mountain’s form to reflect on the lake.
Mornings in Grand Teton National Park (Wyoming) are breathtaking. Pictured here is the park’s Mount Moran illuminated by the early morning light and reflected in the Snake River. Sunrise photo courtesy of Duane Jurma.
A stunning sunset over Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. Christina Adele Warburg took this photo of Mount Moran and Jackson Lake from the park’s Colter Bay District a few weeks ago after a recent snow. “I had to snowshoe to the edge of the lake for the sunset. The effort was definitely worth the reward,” says Christina.
Standing on the bank of the Snake River as the sun comes up is one of the great pleasures that life has to offer. This is an older picture that was reworked to create a more natural appearance than I achieved in my first effort.