Took a drive up to see the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone this past week. I think the Tetons might be one of the most recognizable ranges in the world. In the foreground here you see the Snake River, which originates in Wyoming. At 1,078 miles long, it is the largest North American river that empties into the Pacific Ocean. Fantastic stuff to see up here and it will take more than one trip to see it all. If you go, I highly recommend the raft trip down the river which you can pick up at the Signal Mountain Lodge.
This is Mark. He was our guide down the river. The sheer amount of information he shared with us on the 2 hour trip was mind-boggling. Very entertaining and he really made it fun. Be sure to check it out.
Processing: I guess I need to pay attention when I’m working on these because I don’t remember clearly what I did. I did bring down the shadows to give it silhouette look and added an Alien Skin filter to add some color to the vignette.
Lesson learned. I will NOT go on another trip like this with only the Fuji x100s. I knew it would be problematic. I REALLY needed a high quality, wide-angle zoom, which basically means, another camera.