There is a section of Grand Teton National Park that is known as Mormon Row. This area of the park got its name from a group of Mormon settlers that settled into the area from Idaho in the 1890's. Today, only a few buildings from the settlement are left, including two of the most photographed barns in the world built by the Moulton brothers (Thomas and John).
After shooting the more famous of the barns (the Thomas A. Moulton barn), we headed to the John Moulton homestead to shoot some of the buildings there. This stucco house is known as the "Pink House" for its pink color. It was built by John Moulton 30 years after he settled there, replacing the original log cabin that originally housed his family.