Fall Color in Grand Teton National Park
September 27-30, 2018 | $1295 per person
Jack Graham Photo Workshops is an “Authorized Permittee” of the National Park Service.
The scenery of the majestic wilderness in Grand Teton National Park and the surrounding area rivals that of anywhere in the world. The Grand Tetons, rising thousands of feet right above the Snake River, as well as the many lakes within the park, provide some of America’s most iconic landscapes.
Autumn is a wonderful time to photograph locations: the green aspens of summer are now turning into a palate of yellow and orange, providing breathtaking views against the backdrop of the mountains and lakes. The summer crowds have now dwindled and the animals are sporting their winter coats. The elk are rutting and bugling is commonly heard throughout this location. Buffalo, moose, elk and trumpeter swans afford endless photographic opportunities as well.
Please note that although the workshop starts at sunrise on September 27, we will meet at the Antler Inn in Jackson Hole, WY on the evening of September 26 for an hour or so to go over itineraries, travel, and workshop goals.
More details regarding travel, what to bring, and accommodation will be sent to you after registration. Accommodation is not included in the workshop cost. Click here if you want to know what we’ll be working on, and click here for general information on what to bring.
Please e-mail Jack (firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions or concerns.