Spring is the beginning of new life. Snow melts, flowers bloom and baby animals are born. This makes spring the perfect time of year to photograph the Grand Teton National Park. The snowcapped peaks of the mountains serve as a glorious backdrop to the colorful wildflowers and newborn animals. Renowned wildlife photographer Henry Holdsworth will take you on a journey through the Park to photograph spring’s renewal of the land.
Rising out of the vibrant scenery of Wyoming, the Teton Mountain Range is a sight to behold. After learning more about the local wildlife, you will begin photographing Schwabacher’s Landing, a prime location for capturing mountain reflecting in the Snake River. This photography workshop will provide ample opportunity to photograph the mountains at both sunrise and sunset, capturing a rich canvas of color.
Spring is the best time to photograph wildlife in the Tetons, and you will not be disappointed. Bears, elk, moose, coyotes, pronghorns and foxes are only a few of the animals you will have the chance to photograph, with many accompanied by their young – and photographing the free-roaming Jackson Hole bison herd is a real treat.
Henry Holdsworth is an expert in photographing the wildlife of the Grand Teton National Park. With his extensive knowledge you will learn where, when and how to take the best photographs possible of this amazing landscape. Register early – this workshop is limited to eight participants.