On the first day of hunting season, the old bulls lead the herd down to Antelope Flats, a protected area in Grand Teton National Park. How do they know? They just do.

  1. Mormon Row is a dirt road that runs parallel to the most picturesque segment of the Teton Range, at just the right distance for photographs. The mountains are west of the road, so if you’re out there at dawn, the sun comes up behind you, illuminating those craggy peaks and their pockets of ice, making them sparkle like diamonds in a regal crown. If you’re really lucky, there might be some bison grazing in the foreground, the entire scene glowing with the golden light of the sunrise.

  2. I imagine they know winter is coming and it’s safer in the lower altitudes. These are beautiful pictures. Thank you for sharing!

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