Reflection of frosty grass clump and trees in front of the Grand Teton Range.
While the crowds have left in late November, there is a hunting season for elk, which may impact wildlife photography in the southern part of the park.
In late November, the frost hangs on everything in the area until mid-day. It gives a well-photographed area a new look and feel. The frosty trees, grass and shrub can make delicate close-ups on their own, or one can chose a wide view of the frost with the Tetons in the background.