John & Bartha Moulton Homestead

© Jack R. Perry

John & Bartha Moulton Homestead

Chuck Bruton level-deluxe June 18, 2010

Nice image Jack, you had the cloud gods on your side.
Well taken #1280020

Troy Gallagher June 18, 2010

cool image Jack, like the effects.

Troy #8703308

Patrick Rouzes level-classic June 18, 2010

Superb tones, colors, perspective, comp, mood & beauty here, Jack! WTG! #8703312

Monnie Ryan June 18, 2010

Terrific perspective and tones, Jack! #8703536

Jack R. Perry June 19, 2010

Thanks everyone. Troy, no effects or filters are used here, it is a high dynamic range photo. #8704450

Jack R. Perry June 21, 2010

My apologies, I forgot, I had a polarizer on the lens, my comments were related to post-processing. However, HDR is a post-processing done by combining three identical images with different exposure settings. #8709092

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Another of the Mormon Row eminent domain homesteads which forms the Grand Teton NP. The Homesteads were promised under the Homestead Act of 1862 which provided 160 acres to any person willing to build a house and cultivate the land for five years. This act is what drew settlers to the Jackson Hole area. Mormon Row was known as the town of Grovont, WY and was settled in the 1890's. The town was dispersed in the mid-1900's as the land was reacquired to form the Grand Teton NP.

Exif: F Number: 12.9, ISO: 100, FocalLength: 24.00 mm, Model: Canon EOS 7D

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