Of all the locations I visited on my summer trip around the USA (which stretched from Denver, finally ending up in San Francisco) this has to be just about the most picturesque. Not only that, for once I got the timing just right and the light was just superb. Some of the frames I shot here are definitely my favourites at the moment, and it's hard deciding which is best. I've been in situations like this before and then been disappointed when seeing the pictures back on the PC, as I'd not got my focusing sharp enough or gotten some setting on the camera wrong, but this time it all came together and I didn't screw up.
I know this place has been photographed to death (and you can see why), but as they say, not by me. There are two Moulton barns and but this it's the other one that generally gets the most attention, however, the tumbled down remnants of the Coral appealed to me, as did the foreground.
Moulton Barn, Antelope Flats, Grand Teton Nation Park, WY
Canon 5D MII | EF 24-105mm f/4 | f/18 | 0.3 sec | ISO 100 | Tripod | ND Grad
My new web site is now up and running which I've been meaning to do for a long time. As well as a place to display my best photographs, it will also house my blog, which I will run in tandem with my existing blog for some time to come. The new website is at:
If you would like to see more shots of this location, see where and how this shot was done, please read this article on my blog: