The Grand Tetons Workshop Recap

July 16, 2015  •  1 Comment

Tetons-JMS-150706_0562-2Tetons-JMS-150706_0562-2Teton Mountain Range Grand Teton National Park is without question a nature photographer's paradise.  Very few places can provide a photographer with the opportunities for both glorious landscapes and wild animals in such a small area.  The week before heading out the weather was clear and in the 90's during the day.  As we arrived the temperatures cooled to the high 60's along with plenty of clouds and a chance for rain each day.  The clouds and storms provided some drama to the sky making each grand vista even more exciting.  

Tetons-JMS-150705_0181Tetons-JMS-150705_0181 Moulton Barn on Mormon Row

Wild flowers on Antelope Flats

Tetons-JMS-150709_1290Tetons-JMS-150709_1290Bison, Grand Teton National Park Bison on Antelope Flats - other animals sited were Pronghorn, Moose, Beaver, Great Grey Owl, Fox, and many others

All the participants were great even when waking up for 4:30 am sunrise departures.  The days were long but the views and wildlife were well worth it.  For more of my images from this workshop click here.  Jennifer King Photography already has the 2016 Grand Tetons Worskshop posted so if you are interested click here.


Bryan Puckett(non-registered)
The JKPW Grand Tetons 2015 workshop was absolutely amazing. The majestic landscapes and the wildlife were spectacular. The talent and professionalism that Jennifer, Randy, Mike, & Jeff have ensured the success of this workshop. This is my second workshop with JKPW and I will definitely return for more. If you have any interest in photography, I with out a doubt highly recommend JKPW! Thank you again Jennifer for another fantastic workshop and learning experience.
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