THE Traveler: David Halgrimson of Rogers.
The scene: A bank of clouds cuts across a tranquil scene at Oxbow Bend, an overlook in Grand Teton National Park that takes in Mount Moran and a wide span of the Snake River.
Destination details: "Grand Teton National Park has a long history starting back in 1929. There is much to see and explore in the park, where wonderful landscapes and wildlife abound," Halgrimson wrote in an e-mail. "Grand Teton National Park is one of the national parks everyone should have on their bucket list of places to visit. I have been to many national parks and stunning photographic places, and the Grand Tetons is at the top of my favorite places."
The shot: Halgrimson was there to volunteer as a guide for an Arizona Highways Photo Workshop. The day before the workshop, he and a friend drove to Oxbow Bend at sunrise. "I had not been to this location before and everything about being there was exciting — the morning sun hitting the mountains, the reflection, the ducks swimming and the pelicans flying through made for an absolute 'Oh, wow', feeling," he wrote.
The Equipment: Panasonic Lumix GX8 with a 60mm Olympus lens.
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