GRAND TETON AT SUNRISE

Another morning came. Since it was my last day in the Tetons, I didn’t mind the cold to catch the sunrise. I arrived at Teton Point Turnout and patiently waited for the sun to come up. When it did, the sun soon cast a gorgeous orange glow on Grand Teton and its adjacent peaks, like it did the previous morning. What a beautiful morning to get excited about the beginning of the end of my road trip, I thought. I snapped a few shots. Then, it was gone. And it meant that it was time to head home.

© 2016 H Peter Ji


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Originally published at inherentlyadventurous.com on December 15, 2016.

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