Grand Teton National Park (part I).

I’m ruined for North American mountains after this trip. I say North American because India, China, and some of Europe have bigger, more impressive ones that I’m sure will still wow me once I see them. The Tetons were just jaw dropping. As Andy pointed out, too, the park is set up to really make the mountains the featured attraction. The park route road loops around so the mountains are always on display, unlike some of the other parks where you drive around in the mountains. When we got to Tacoma, I was excited to see Mount Rainier and while it is incredible, I was not nearly as impressed as I would have been had I not just been to GTNP. I think it was my favorite park on the trip, even.

Here’s why:

grand teton film (1 of 32) grand teton film (2 of 32) grand teton film (7 of 32) grand teton film (3 of 32) grand teton film (13 of 32) grand teton film (6 of 32)

digitals from trip (5 of 18) grand teton film (10 of 32)digitals from trip (8 of 18)

digitals from trip (9 of 18)

(non-square images are the digitals; the pentax hadn’t been broken out just yet. square are hasselblad)

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One thought on “Grand Teton National Park (part I).

  1. This is one of my favorite places to visit! So beautiful 🙂

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