Canon eos 5Dlll, Canon 24-105F/4L, shot at 1/60 second, ISO 320, aperture = F7.1
I volunteered to teach a group of vets with PTSD some photography where I lead tours in Grand Teton National Park. A spot I love to show people is the opposite side of the window of the Chapel of the Transfiguration than everyone also shoots their photos. After showing the vets this reflection of the Grand Tetons in the window, I taught it would be cool if they could all the vets to stand together close to the window inside. It worked, it because a fun and creative group shot for their website and souvenir book. As someone who was inspired enough about the National Parks, to drop everthing at considerable expense, and move to them, â€œpark inspirationâ€ is a tough one to nail down for me. My job as a photography guide in Grand Teton and Yellowstone is to inspire others using my park as a prop. I inspire others, I then am vicariously inspired with the spreding the love. It is my hope that some of these vets will start chasing the light, the light will then brighten their darkened world.