I had the opportunity last week to spend a couple of days in Grand Teton National Park again. My wife and I had spent the week prior in Idaho visiting family and seeing parts of Idaho and decided a short trip to the Tetons was in order before heading back to Colorado.
We wanted to do a little hiking, since we hadn’t had a chance to do much on trips before and headed up to Taggart and Bradley Lakes. These are two sub-alpine lakes and they are spectacular in the early morning. We started our hike just after sunrise and arrived at Taggart Lake with a mirror-like reflection of the Teton Mountain Range. A Moose cow and calf were feeding at the south end of the lake as well when we arrived.
I’ve started to use my new Fuji X100T as my carry around camera. Even though I had my Fuji X-T1 with me this handheld shot of the lake turned out great and decided to share it with you today. I really love the X100T and it allows me to be creative. I no longer have to worry about lens choice. It has a fixed 23mm (35mm Full Frame Equivalent) and so you just adjust and change the subject accordingly. I’ll have a review in an upcoming post.