Yellowstone and Grand Tetons

In Montana and Wyoming, two National Parks, as isolated as they are beautiful, are adjacent among the lakes, meadows, and hills. Grand Tetons have as steep and high relief as possible to see in the lower 48, with views similar in Alaska or the lower Sierra Nevada, and peaks that are too steep for almost anyone to climb. Yellowstone, the ancient ‘super’ volcano, holds the geyser clips of two other categories, one in the Day and the other in the Dawn and Dusk collection.

Also, mountains like the Grand Tetons are in two of these categories in Dawn and Dusk.

In Night, you’ll find similar clips to these mountains.

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