Sun Kissed Tetons (Moulton Barn)

At sunrise, the sun comes up behind you and hits the tops of the mountains before the angles allow it to shine on the Moulton Barn and the foreground.  Those are the best shots usually, with the golden light bathing the entire scene. But I also have a real fondness for shots like this where the best light only shines on certain elements of the landscape.


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  1. This is such a popular scene, and I’ve seen quite a few images of it recently up on Instagram. But I’m with you – I like this because the barn (fantastic though it is when seen lit by the rising sun) is subdued and doesn’t compete for attention. It’s all about the mountains and the barn is a witness to the scene, and not the star of the show. Great shot, Mark
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