The T.A. Moulton barn is an iconic structure in Jackson Hole. The view with the barn in the foreground and the Teton Range as the backdrop is one of the most photographed locales in the valley. Thomas Alma (T.A.) Moulton was among the people who moved to the area in the early 1900s. He spent more than 30 years constructing a barn that still stands today. It’s all that remains of the homestead he and his sons built.
Alexander County in North Carolina is almost rural farmland and has many old farm structures. Here is an old barn that almost looks like soon-to-be firewood, very similar to what is stored there under an awning.
A rural scene with clouds over a barn on a cold winter day
An image from the past still has character and beauty