Wyoming- Fall of 2021
Every year, my day job holds an annual meeting for our members. These meetings rotate throughout the US. This year, we met in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. I knew I would have some opportunities to capture some beautiful scenery, so I packed a variety of camera equipment. My trusty Canon 5D made the trip, but I also brought along my Canon EOS 3, Bronica S2 and a variety of film. It was the first time I traveled on a plane with film, so that was a bit nerve wracking. But they made it through the scanners at Minneapolis just fine. I had to have them hand-checked in Jackson Hole, as their scanners are older, so I am glad I asked before sending them through.
So enjoy some of the images I captured on the trip. Most were taken with film. If it was not, I will note on the caption.
The header photo of the Snake River was taken just outside of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Taken on my Bronica with Portra 400 film.
The above images were taken on either Portra 400 or Ilford HP5 film. Most are of Grand Teton National Park, with one photo of the Snake River.