During my Jackson and Salt Lake trips I was able to take some more photos of new things. I’m not typically a landscape photographer, so I was excited for this challenge.
These first two photos were taken on the side of the road on the way to Salt Lake and I was able to get two angles of the same sunrise! This was really neat to see how the colors changed with the difference of the direction I was facing. On one side you see the sunrise with the bright bold colors and on the other side you see the night leaving softly with the moon in the sky and fog rolling over the field. I’m glad I turned around to get both angles of this amazing experience.
There is a famous picture of the Snake River Overlook that Ansel Adams took that he waited for three months for the clouds and mist to not block the Teton Mountains. Since I did not have three months, I tried my best to imitate it with some color. I like it with the mist though, I feel like it gives it a unique look that goes well with the changing Fall colors.
From the Lodge I was staying in Jackson.