One of the most iconic spots for photography is Grand Teton National Park. It is always a challenge and a goal to capture images that stand out from others or offer a different perspective. The tendency for most people is to line up where everyone else has lined up for their "shot". I have been up 4 times in the past 3 years and have seen many opportunities walking along Mormon Row. I was walking back to my cabin from the T.A. Moulton barn (the cabin was owned by T.A. Moulton's great grandson until he sold it to the park this year), I noticed an opening in the trees that provided a nice frame to the Teton range and the barn. In addition, I found one of the keys to dramatic images of the Tetons, cooperative weather. In this case, low-lying clouds. Spring is also the best time of the year as the snow pack is still plentiful on the mountains as well as green grass and leaves adding to the scene.