Photo of the Week: Foggy Valley

07-16-2012 // NWF Staff

Grand Tetons

Stu Hagen found a different view of the often-photographed Teton Range in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. He always thought there was a nice photo opportunity near a dude ranch and was there early one morning when heavy fog shrouded Jackson Hole. “I set up my camera and stood for what seemed like hours, waiting to see what Mother Nature would present,” the California resident writes. “Then as the rising sun burned off the ground fog, I had my shot.” Hagen used a Canon EOS-5D Mark II and a 24-105mm lens with a graduated neutral density filter.

See last week's photo: Outside the Den

 

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