Fall Foliage in Grand Teton National Park

Ryan Wright Photography

Last year, my good friend and fellow photographer Josh Dayton and I road tripped up to Grand Teton National Park because we had seen some amazing photos that were taken in the park during the fall. We left Breckenridge on 9/25/11 around 2pm and tackled the 10 hour drive as best we could; lots of 80’s hair metal!. We arrived in Jackson Hole around midnight and we quickly decided against finding a campsite and checked into a motel. We briefly went out to Mormon Row to do some astrophotography, but struck out despite our best efforts.

Anyone who has been to Grand Teton National Park knows that the park is stunning, but the best time for photography is usually at sunrise. When we woke up the next morning, it was dark outside and we quickly left the motel to get to Oxbow Bend for the sunrise. Oxbow Bend is one…

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