Back in September of last year I did a week-and-a-half long camping trip; the longest I’ve ever done.  I visited three national parks: Glacier, Grand Teton, and Yellowstone, camping in the first two, and spending a (sadly, single) day in the third.

I’m slowly working my way through the photos I took on that trip, but wanted this to be the first I posted.

Ansel Adams is, as he has been for many of us, an inspiration, and the place where he took his famous The Tetons and the Snake River photo is now an overlook.  It felt akin to holy ground, to stand in that spot, and see with my own eyes a scene that’s been etched into my memory by his work.

I took my own shot there, as again I’m sure many of us who visit the spot have.  It felt like honoring him, and his inspiration.

Take with a Nikon Z7 II and Nikon Z 24-70mm f2.8 S