Sun Rays at Teewinot Mountain

Sun rays from a setting sun light up the peaks of Teewinot Mountain at Grand Teton National Park in June.


Teewinot towers above Cascade Canyon and Jenny Lake and it’s name comes from the Shoshone word meaning “many pinnacles”.

Fritiof Fryxell and Phil Smith named the peak when they successfully completed the first ascent of the mountain in 1929. It has an elevation of 12,325 feet.

The photo was photographed with my Sony a7R camera and Sigma Contemporary 150-600mm Canon EF lens using a Metabones III adapter.

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