First off, I'm very honored to have had one of my photographs selected to be included in Grand Teton National Park Foundation's May eNewsletter. To read more of their eNewsletter, click here. And, if you are so inclined, donate to help support their work.

I wanted to share a little bit about the story behind the shot. I drove my Jeep Wrangler out to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks so I could drive off road and hopefully capture photographs of wildlife.

As most of you know, my photography ventures start in the wee hours of the morning before the sun has a chance to burst onto the scene. On this particular trip, I discovered a 4x4 road that would allow me to drive between the Snake River and the Grand Tetons. Halfway through the drive, I noticed a pronghorn walking along by herself (I'll use she, but I really don't know). I turned off my Jeep and sat there. She slowly walked toward the Jeep as if wanting to investigate us more. Sure enough, she practically walked right up to the Jeep. We sat quietly, taking photos and enjoying her presence.

Truly an amazing opportunity that she graced us with.