February 3, 2016

Photo of the Week - Spring at Thomas A. Moulton Barn

Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

A little taste of spring-type weather has been teasing east Tennessee residents this week. So I can’t help but remember the beautiful spring season at the Tetons last May. The cottonwood trees were tipping out with light green leaves, yet snow was still plentiful on the mountains. Ribbons of clouds hung low in the valley areas during the morning hours, offering up an extra adornment to landscape scenes such as this one.


  1. oh this is beautiful. I feel like I can step right in to this picture and I can almost smell the fresh spring air

  2. Such a huge difference between the snow covered trees on the mountain slopes and the light and airy cottonwood trees. Love the intricate barn wood pattern and the split rail fence just visible before the row of trees.
    Nice shot Donna. Most of mine lately were of birds on ice!

    Hope all is going well.
    Hugs - Mary

  3. wow..wonderful Donna...
    Spring is indeed a great time to enjoy God's creation ...

  4. It's hard to believe places like this really exist...magical shot Donna!!

  5. Ahhh, spring. It feels rather springlike outside my door this morning and your beautiful springtime photo feels just right. (Maybe I'll take a peek here again tomorrow when it's supposed to be cold again!)

    I have been taking note of your compositions, what you include in your shots, and what the eye is drawn too, the balance. Perhaps this is something you could talk about in an "Ask Donna" post? How do you choose the elements to include in a photo?

  6. That truly is beautiful! I have yet to see any of your photographs that are not frame worthy!

  7. I love the look of the barn wood. Gorgeous shot, Donna! Hope you are well ((hugs))

  8. So beautiful, Donna. I always love your photos, but you know that. :)

  9. The delicate green of early spring trees is so pretty. Love the cabin and the low streak of white clouds above the trees. Another wonderful photo.


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