I left the canyon states of Arizona and Utah and headed to Wyoming where I am going to visit Grant Teton and the key of my whole journey – Yellowstone. Those parks are radically different to the ones I visited previously. Here you are among forests, lakes and rivers and most importantly wildlife. I was really hoping to make sots of bears and other beasts and I don’t know if I was really lucky or this is common thing but after 15minutes of being in Grand Teton I saw a moose right from my left window, so I parked the car rapidly and ran back to have a look and to make some photos.
He was just there standing in a small pond in bushes and drinking water.
I didn’t wanted to disturb the animal with shutter noise so I went back to my car and there were some other people coming to see the muse and they told me heyy have you seen the bear ?
I said , what bear !? there is just a moose !? No no, was the answer , there is a bear just 15meters away , and ohh my I heard some noise from my right side , behind the trees and here he comes ! The brown bear ! Such a cute cub ! When I realized there was no mother bear around I started
making shots from a safe distance.
They’ve been standing there for a minute or so and then just ran away.
It was so exciting to see a wildlife just 15minutes after crossing the border of the Teton.
And this was just the beginning.
There are several beautiful lakes in Teton so I planned to see Phelps lake and Jenny lake. And form each spot you can see the massive mountain peaks that are more than 4000 meters high.
I was heading to Jenny lake when I saw this lonely and single tree in an empty field, I thought it would be a nice shot in Black and White but while I was shooting the tree, an elk showed up from the forest , then the little one with it and they have started crossing the field right next to the tree that I was shooting, so my shot came alive with those gorgeous creatures, have a look.