Grand Teton National Park is one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen, even though it was covered with snow.
Honestly, the snow created a whole new world at Grand Teton National Park. We were caught in some fog, but that just added to the beauty. As we drove around the Grand Teton National Park we found a beautiful river surrounded by trees and wisps of fog. While we were stopped to get some shots, a film crew launched their kayaks and braved the freezing water to film the otters found in the river.
Right after capturing these photos, I turned around to see a fellow student walking out onto the frozen river behind us. Seeing that lone man emphasized the sheer size of the body of water.
Along that same river, I caught a few more frozen scenes. It was amazing seeing everyday things become beautiful from the ice and snow. A frozen fence and yellow rope turned into interesting ice sculptures. The little creek and green pine tree looked so elegant with their frozen backgrounds and even a few iced over weeds turned ethereal in the sunset. And of course, the Grand Tetons themselves were breathtaking with that snow and blue skies.