Dirt Cheap Photo Guide to Grand Teton National Park

Jeff R. Clow

Copyright 2011 Jeff R. Clow

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Chapter One - The Photographer's Quest

Oxbow Bend. The Snake River Overlook. Moulton Barn. Legendary landscape locations in Grand Teton National Park that have beckoned photographers for decades. You've heard of them and you've seen countless shots from each of these spots, but do you know what's the best time to visit them during the day? Do you know the alternative angles that produce images that aren't the standard postcard view of the place?

And what about off the beaten path locations such as Buffalo Fork Ridge or Hedrick Pond Overlook? Have you heard of them? Probably not. They are accessible but without a knowledge of the back roads that cross the main highways, they don't get many visitors. They are equally impressive when compared to their more famous brethren in the park, but they don't show up on any maps. Do you know how to get to them - and is it safe to do so in a rental car?

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