Fall Foliage in Grand Teton National Park – There are only a few native trees that make dramatic color changes in the fall in Grand Teton National Park. The Quaking Aspen is possibly the most visible of them all. Just south of Jackson Lake Lodge exists a stand of mature aspen that adds a great splash of yellow and gold in the fall. The gold contrasts well not only with the white bark of the tree itself but also with the deep blue skies that come with the cool fall mornings.
Fall Foliage in Grand Teton National Park 3
- Date Taken: 09/24/2013
- Photographer: Frank Madia
- Camera: Nikon D90
- Lens: Nikon 18 - 105mm f/3.5 - 5.6
- Settings: 1/100 sec, f/25, 22mm, ISO 200, Handheld
- Category: Trees