I was hoping that I could lean on the group for a bit of scouting knowledge. I Have two sunrises and hopefully two sunsets to spend in the Teton and yellowstone area.
I will be driving north from Denver in the next couple days (early December) and due to the research I have found here and elsewhere I am THINKING I should try to catch my first sunrise (will be driving through the night) somewhere near Schwabacher Landing. I then have the day to scout and likely shoot a bit during the day, likely hike or ski some trails and see what I can find. I would love to get into the Grand Prismatic spring area but I don't know if I can get there with any great light. I then would like to snag a sunset in the Teton area before driving up into Yellowstone and the Lamar Valley area.
I am wondering if I am going to want to do a sunrise somewhere near Grand Prismatic on day two? Would I want to be in the Lamar Valley looking for wildlife in the early morning or will evening light work? I am super able body and very well equipped for any weather.
For the veterans that know the area, How would you utilize your two sunrises and sunsets? After sunset on day two I need to make my way to Bozeman.
I feel like I am looking for a classic mix of mountain ranges, landscapes and wildlife.
Please feel free to share any images here for inspiration. I am ecstatic to see this area and truly wish I had more time!. Thank you in advance!