This morning was magical. When we first entered the park, the entire area was fogged in. The barn and the mountains were complete obscured. As the sun began to rise, the fog began to burn off and the Teton range was revealed. This particular image was just before the fog burned completely away.
The Moulton Barn is part of the 1912-1945 homestead of T.A. Moulton. There are 2 barns located on Mormon Row, now part of the national park. This barn is one of those places that inspired us to want to capture the moment and share it with others since we began our journey.
The Tetons , like many mountains, generate interesting weather conditions. This day featured multiple fog layers. Just a few minutes prior the fog obscured the entire range. As the sun rises, the fog begins to dissipate revealing the Tetons.
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