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Grand Teton National Park is in the north-west part of Wyoming and includes much of  Jackson Hole (Note: Jackson Hole is the name of the valley between the Teton Mountain Range and the Gros Ventre Mountain Range in Wyoming)

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The photos on this page were taken in October of 2016 the week following an early snowfall.  The result was the early fall change of colors with some of the trees and the snow capped Tetons as a backdrop.



Grand Teton is the highest mountain in the Teton range.  It stands 13,775 feet above sea level.  Efforts by conservationists  to protect the mountain range began some time after Yellowstone became the nations first National Park.  An attempt to expand Yellowstone to include the Teton range began in the late 1800s.  Grand Teton National Park was created in 1929, which protected the major peaks of the Teton Range.  President Franklin Roosevelt, using the Antiquities Act, created the Jackson Hole National Monument by Presidential Proclamation in 1943.  He did this by using land donated by the Snake River Land Company and adding additional land from the Teton National Forest.  This resulted in a 221,000 acre Jackson Hole National Monument.


In 1950 Grand Teton National park and Jackson Hole National Monument were combined to become Grand Teton National Park.


                                                                                                              (References:  Wikipedia,  National Park Service)

Grand Teton National Park

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Grand Teton 01:  Taken from scenic lookout off Hwy 89 near Blacktail Butte Rd.


Camera settings:

Canon 5D Mark iii

Shutter speed:  1/400

Aperture: f/8

ISO: 200


Grand Teton 00:  Welcome to Grand Teton National Park.


Camera settings:

Canon 5D Mark iii

Shutter speed: 1/800

Aperture: f/8

ISO: 200


Grand Teton 02:  Grand Teton as viewed off Hwy 191 near Jackson Lake.


Camera settings:

Canon 5D Mark iii

Shutter speed:  1/1600

Aperture: f/8

ISO: 200

Grand Teton 03:  A view of Grand Teton across the Snake River.


Camera settings:

Canon 5D Mark iii

Shutter speed:  1/1600

Aperture: f/8

ISO: 200

Grand Teton 04:  Grand Teton as viewed off Hwy 191 beyond Snake River.


Camera settings:

Canon 5D Mark iii

Shutter speed:  1/1250

Aperture: f/8

ISO: 200


Grand Teton 05:  Teton mountain range from Willow Flats Overlook.


Camera settings:

Canon 5D Mark iii

Shutter speed:  1/800

Aperture: f/8

ISO: 200


Grand Teton 06:  The leaves of fall (Teton Range in background).


Camera settings:

Canon 5D Mark iii

Shutter speed:  1/1250

Aperture: f/8

ISO: 200


Grand Teton 07:  The Fall colors in early October. Photo from Teton Park Rd. near the Snake River


Camera settings:

Canon 5D Mark iii

Shutter speed:  1/1600

Aperture: f/8

ISO: 200


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Photography By

John Stankovich          

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Grand Teton 09:  The Grand Teton Mountain Range from from Blacktail Ponds Overlook.


Camera settings:

Canon 5D Mark iii

Shutter speed:  1/400

Aperture: f/8

ISO: 200


Grand Teton 08:  The Fall colors in early October.  Teton Park Rd. near the Snake River


Camera settings:

Canon 5D Mark iii

Shutter speed: 1/2500

Aperture: f/8

ISO: 200


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Grand Teton 10:  A view of Jackson Lake from the Colton Bay Village area.


Camera settings:

Canon 5D Mark iii

Shutter speed:  1/1250

Aperture: f/8

ISO: 200


Grand Teton 11:  Looking at Grand Teton from Jackson Lake near Colter Bay Village.


Camera settings:

Canon 5D Mark iii

Shutter speed:  1/1600

Aperture: f/8

ISO: 200


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