It’s barn season! Yes, a rite of spring when it’s up and out by 5:30 a.m. to get the first glint of light on a rural scene around Park City.
For all of my travels in 25 years around the Wasatch Back, I’m still finding new subject matter. I’ve passed this beautiful scene dozens of times driving from Peoa to Oakley along the Provo River. But this particular Saturday morning, it was aglow as the morning sun broke through the dawn cloud cover to bathe it in golden light.
This particular image was with my favorite Nikkor 10-24mm DX lens on my D300 body.
While there’s nothing super spectacular about the scene, the quality of light frames every aspect. All it really needed were a few more puffy clouds and it would have been a real winner.