Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
A highlight of my spring and fall trips out to the Grand Teton National Park was a visit to the famous Thomas A. Moulton barn. I would hazard an easy guess that it is the most photographed barn in the world. I didn’t know about its existence when I vacationed at the park during my college years. Ah, but I know about it now and can respectfully capture its image!
The brilliant autumn gold leaves of the cottonwood trees were at their peak in late September. The backdrop of the majestic Teton mountain range adds to a setting that simply takes your breath away. The barn is over 100 years old and recently received some extensive restorations to help preserve its rustic charm. You can read more about its history HERE. And don't forget to click on the above photo to see it bigger!