Moulton Barn June, by jeffclow

From a glorious morning in Jackson Hole, Wyoming last June. This is the world famous century old Moulton Barn that you’ve probably seen in photos a million times. I never tire of the place but I try different compositions every time I visit this iconic spot. Thomas “Alma” Moulton and his sons did one heck of a job constructing this barn in the perfect spot for photographers. Did you know that the barn was built in three stages over several years? The two “wings” were added after the original center structure was constructed. I personally like this view that incorporates the tree and the small stream to the left of the “standard” shot here.