With a forecast of clouds that went for days, getting out of our sleeping bags at 5am to try to catch a sunrise on our only day in Teton seemed impossible and staying in bed was a tempting option. But we decided to head to a viewpoint anyways. As luck would have it, the skies opened to the East and the mountains put on a show when the sun peaked through. Couldn’t have asked for a better start to our morning.
Sirius was captivated by @grandtetonnps last night. He did not want to bring his head back into the car even though his face and ears were freezing. The pictures could have been a bit better but he did not like any time I held my phone in such a way that it blocked the wind or his view. He wanted unobstructed national park enjoyment. What a spoiled, happy dog. ❤️ . . . . . #grandtetonnationalpark#gtnp#dogsofinstagram#smellallthethings#nationalparkdogs
For a while I was really stubborn about not posting classic shots pretty much at all. I’m not exactly sure why, because I know that I would’ve been gaining a lot more followers, and features, if I was just simply accepting the truth of Instagram and posting more of them. But I’ve change my perspective. I’ve started to post more, partially because I have seen some success with them as far as features and other things. And that can be important as I’m working on a dream to become a full-time professional travel photographer. And I have simply enjoyed spending a little bit more time at classic spots, and realizing that they are probably classic for a reason. However, I still like finding those angles that maybe no one else has necessarily thought of. Or even if they did maybe I don’t know that they did, and I just like to activate the right side of my brain a little bit each week with my photography. And I had a good time shooting these layers of clouds at the base of the range. What do you think? Anyone know where this is shot from? @artofvisuals @folkgreen @visualsofearth @wilderness_culture @usinterior @gtlc_employees