This photo was taken at the southern entrance to Yellowstone National Park. It was during winter so we couldn’t go very far into the park itself. This mountain range is the Grand Tetons but from the back side. I love this image because it shows a different view from all the cookie cutter pictures of the Tetons. This image was made on a Canon EOS 10D with a 16-35MM f/2.8 lens. 1/400 sec;   f/13;   ISO 100 were the actual camera settings. It was taken on 2/19/2007. This is an example of why Wyoming is one of the best states to photograph in. Even with all the photographers that visit YNP, you can still walk away with a unique image. A unique image/perspective is very important with my photography.