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Personal Travel // Sights from the Grand Teton National Park
 
 Photo by Trung Hoang Photography (www.trunghoangphotography.com)
 

(Rounding out the Wyoming trip trilogy, be sure to check out the first and second parts from Yellowstone if you haven't already!)

The Tetons, the staggering peaks that look like the inspiration for childrens' mountain drawings, are nothing short of spectacular. The incredible scenery, the abundance of wildlife, the lively quaint town of Jackson, WY, plus the incredible display of fall colors in September, made the area quite a sight to see.  Our time was short in the Grand Teton National Park, so we had to soak in as much of the mountains, fall colors, historical landmarks, wildlife, and star studded skies as we could handle. 

I hope you enjoy the snow dusted mountains, moose(!!), and autumn colors!

 

Don't forget to stop by for prints of these images and many others over in the Print Shop!

 
Personal Travel // Wildlife of Yellowstone
 Photo by Trung Hoang Photography (www.trunghoangphotography.com)
 

(In case you missed the last part of the series, where I showcased the colors and textures from Yellowstone, you can check it out here)

…And here we have what have Yellowstone, America's Serengeti, is most known for: the wildlife. Photographing wildlife is a true test of persistence and patience, but the experience is surreal and the results are some of the most rewarding.  I rented a behemoth of a lens for the trip, a Nikon 600mm f/4 (the heaviest lens Nikon produces), and using that monster was an experience in of itself.  Holding steady a long 12lbs is harder than it seems… as a result, it was mounted on a tripod with great regularity.

The wildlife in Yellowstone, like the landscape around it, is unpredictable and ever changing, but when the light is right, the weather is terrible, and the opportunity arises, it’s an incredible sight to see.  While we didn’t catch a glimpse of a grizzly, we were pleased to encounter quite a number of bison, pronghorns, white-tailed deer, mule deer, herds of elk, young bighorn sheep, coyotes, and a just a glance of a pack of wolves before they disappeared into the forest.  Photographing the animals was a blast and definitely something I'm looking forward to doing again.  Hope you enjoy the photos!

 
 

Be sure to stay tuned for the last segment of the trip to Wyoming featuring the spectacular and staggering Teton Range of the Grand Teton National Park.

Update: Here's part 3 from Grand Teton National Park!

 
Print Shop is Open!
 

I am happy to announce that my print shop is officially open! Here you’ll find a variety of landscapes, cities, colors, textures, and wildlife photos I’ve captured from near and far.

Come check out the selection and hopefully you’ll find one you (or a friend or family member) love! At the very least, you can enjoy the photos from your phone or computer screen.

To celebrate the grand opening/Thanksgiving/Black Friday/Cyber Monday I’d like to offer everyone 25% off their orders from now through 11/28/16 with code grandopening25 (did I mention all orders ship free??)