Fall Colors of Grand Teton

September, 2014  |  Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Magnificent scenery at the end of September in the Grand Tetons, Wyoming. The visit was planned just for the right time to catch the peak color change of the aspen and cottonwood trees in this amazing national park. A lonely lodgepole pine adds a little green to the palette. While I was walking to this spot in the early morning the wonderful fragrance of the park special plant community surrounded every step of mine: the sagebrush. This silvery-green and grey vegetation, typical of the flat valley, provides a great living habitat for many of the park fauna. In the background I managed to frame one of the recognizable peaks of the Tetons giving a fantastic background for this 6×17 Panorama.

This 3:1 image is available in the LIMITED edition Series here.