Grand Tetons National Park

This picture (and picture #’s 4071 and 4073) was taken when we were driving from West Yellowstone, MT to Jackson, WY over Teton Pass.  Teton Pass provides access from the Jackson Hole valley in Wyoming to the Teton valley of eastern Idaho.  The Teton Pass in Wyoming is designated as Hwy 22. At the Idaho state line, it becomes Hwy 33.  The pinnacle of the pass is at 8,431 feet.  It had been closed earlier in the morning do to “white out” conditions and was still lightly snowing.  While driving we were able to find a pull out to park at and were able to take these pictures.

Picture Number: CM1_4068

Date: May 2019

Camera: Nikon D7100

ISO: 100     Shutter Speed: 1/160 sec

F-Stop: f/11     Lens: 55 mm

This picture (and picture #’s 4068 and 4071) was taken when we were driving from West Yellowstone, MT to Jackson, WY over Teton Pass.  Teton Pass provides access from the Jackson Hole valley in Wyoming to the Teton valley of eastern Idaho.  The Teton Pass in Wyoming is designated as Hwy 22. At the Idaho state line, it becomes Hwy 33.  The pinnacle of the pass is at 8,431 feet.  It had been closed earlier in the morning do to “white out” conditions and was still lightly snowing.  While driving we were able to find a pull out to park at and were able to take these pictures.

Picture Number: CM1_4073

Date: May 2019

Camera: Nikon D7100

ISO: 200     Shutter Speed: 1/400 sec

F-Stop: f/11     Lens: 20 mm

This picture (and picture #’s 4068 and 4073) was taken when we were driving from West Yellowstone, MT to Jackson, WY over Teton Pass.  Teton Pass provides access from the Jackson Hole valley in Wyoming to the Teton valley of eastern Idaho.  The Teton Pass in Wyoming is designated as Hwy 22. At the Idaho state line, it becomes Hwy 33.  The pinnacle of the pass is at 8,431 feet.  It had been closed earlier in the morning do to “white out” conditions and was still lightly snowing.  While driving we were able to find a pull out to park at and were able to take these pictures.

Picture Number: CM1_4071

Date: May 2019

Camera: Nikon D7100

ISO: 200     Shutter Speed: 1/400 sec

F-Stop: f/11     Lens: 20 mm

This picture (and #4237) was taken when we stopped to see Lewis Falls.  Lewis Falls are located on the Lewis River in Yellowstone NP, just south of Lewis Lake.  While the falls were nothing special the views on the other side of the road (the East side) were much more interesting – as shown here.  While technically this is in Yellowstone NP the picture, for my purpose, is classified as Grand Teton NP because visiting Grand Teton was the point of the drive that day.

Picture Number: CM1_4256

Date: May 2019

Camera: Nikon D7100

ISO: 100     Shutter Speed: 1/250 sec

F-Stop: f/13     Lens: 55 mm

This picture (and #4256) was taken when we stopped to see Lewis Falls.  Lewis Falls are located on the Lewis River in Yellowstone NP, just south of Lewis Lake.  While the falls were nothing special the views on the other side of the road (the East side) were much more interesting – as shown here.  While technically this is in Yellowstone NP the picture, for my purpose, is classified as Grand Teton NP because visiting Grand Teton was the point of the drive that day.

Picture Number: CM1_4237

Date: May 2019

Camera: Nikon D7100

ISO: 100     Shutter Speed: 1/200 sec

F-Stop: f/13     Lens: 55 mm

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