During our visit to The Grand Tetons last week, we were hoping for some great sunrise and sunset opportunities, however, mother nature doesn't always work on your travel schedule. We did get a at least one decent sunset and sunrise, but there were several days it was all clouds.
This is an image I made at The Snake River Overlook. The scene from the overlook is one of my favorite scenes in the entire park. It really doesn't have anything to do with it being famous, either...I just love that scene.
This image was taken about 30 minutes before sunrise and as the moon was setting. There were clouds that had a lot of promise of lighting up for a gorgeous sunrise, but there were also clouds to the east that did a good job of hiding the sun. All was not lost, though. I really like this image with the moon. The exposure on this was 8 seconds. Just enough to show a little cloud movement, which is another aspect of this image I like.
This image was made using my Canon 5D IV, Tamron 24-70 G2 Lens and Sirui 2 Stop GND Filter. I also used my Sirui W-2204 Tripod and G-20X Ballhead for support.