The Grand Tetons in winter are stunning. At sunrise, the contrast between the golden tones at the upper elevations of the mountains and the cold, blue tones below is dramatic. I was happy that there was enough water in the Snake River reflecting the sunrise coloring of the peaks. One of the things that make winter landscapes especially beautiful is when the trees are laden with snow. If wind or warm temperatures make the trees bare, the scene is significantly diminished. This is a 5-frame HDR image because the discrepancy in exposure between the sun lit areas and the shadows presented a challenge for the digital sensor. I took this shot with a 200mm focal length, and the settings were 1/800, f/7.1, and 1250 ISO.