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Glacier Turnout Aerial View, Grand Teton National Park, USA


The Highway 89 Overlooks and Turnouts in Grand Teton National Park are a "must do" on your Grand Teton vacation.  The vantage points are so perfectly placed that you can truly grasp the proper perspective on just how tall these mountains are.  You see, often times with mountains, the closer you get to them, the less "high" they appear because of the angle you're looking at them with.  On these overlooks on Highway 89 in Grand Teton National Park, you're at the perfect height and the optimum distance to get the most amazing views of the Teton Mountain Range you could ever imagine.

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Copyright: Difei Yao
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 14496x7248
Taken: 13/05/2016
Uploaded: 13/09/2016
Updated: 15/05/2017


Tags: nature; national park; grand teton; day; exterior; aerial; river; mountain; glacier; yellow stone; drone
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