The beautiful purple color of a building sunset in the Grand Tetons National Park gives this photo of the mountains from Jackson Lake a wonderful glow. The Grand Tetons is south of Yellowstone National Park, and a great second stop if you are visiting the super volcano in Yellowstone.
There are many places to stop and gawk, and take photos. Then there are sunsets, sunrises, mid-day, clouds, rain, fall colors, you name it, it’s a photographer’s dream!
We parked our RV at the Colter Bay RV Park, right on Jackson Lake. It was a very short walk to the lakeside, and we spent evenings watching the sunsets from the beach.
Down the John D Rockefeller Parkway, Route 191, you come to the Snake River. Here, there are many wonderful photo opportunities.
If you get a chance to visit the Grand Tetons, don’t miss it!