The Tiny Shack on the Edge of Wyoming

There is a spread of farms in the plains that face the northern face of the Grand Teton mountains in Wyoming. I explored all around the area to find as many wonderful little things that I could find. There was this old little shack sitting alone in the middle of a field, so I had to jump a fence and circumnavigate a few bison to grab a quick shot for you all! πŸ™‚

The Tiny Shack on the Edge of Wyoming (by Stuck in Customs)

The one below here is one that Flickr deleted!

The Outhouse on the Edge of Wyoming

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  • Hey!
    Been following your photo blog for a while. Shockingly amazing pics!!

    Just started clicking some pics at college. Hopefully I’ll get my hands on something so that I can try HDR πŸ™‚

    Keep clicking!


  • Indibang

    Stunning clarity of shack but grass is too green. I need to try HDR too.

  • Koh Lye Huat

    I’m not good in writing, but when I stumble upon stuck in custom I was really amazed by your work. amazing shot, amazing composition amazing everything. I hope that I could learn some tricks from you soon.

  • Many thanks, it was totally worthwhile to take this shot!

  • Gail in Montana

    Great picture, Trey!!!! Glad you avoided those Bison πŸ˜‰ Love the colors and the Tetons in the background. Wyoming sure has some pretty spots. Worth visiting often.

  • the grass is always greener on the other side…. comes to my mind when I look at the picture ( :

    I am just wondering about the blue hues in the shack. Is that something that the HDR programm causes? It brings a bit of an artificial taste to it, so it looks unatural to me.

  • Brilliant shot, love all the detail you were able to capture with it. The HDR process really has enhanced this one tremendously. Thank you for sharing it.

  • Birgit, I’ve noticed that In Merging and Tone Mapping sometimes that can happen…or you get some odd colours around the edges of some objects.

    it can easily be fixed out in photoshop if desired.
    it just depends on ones tastes.

    I don’t think it removes much from the overall feel of the image but it just comes to personal taste.

    Sweet location that is for sure!!

  • Dale Martin

    Great shot Trey. Anyone get a photo of you dodging the Bison?

  • casusan

    Wonderful shot Trey! Feels like I could reach out and touch the grass!

  • Thanks all! I do have a lot of photos of the bison — have not processed many yet! πŸ™‚

  • pinkiss

    found your blog be accident and amazed by all the pictures made with HDR,they all seem so rich and live πŸ™‚ its bad that human eyes cant see this beauty without help of some software πŸ˜€ ,im planing to purchase a nikon dx60 myself to start making some hdr any advice is it any good for beginner thanks.

  • This is a great shot. Its a better version of one that I took in Tasmania:

  • Doug Sisson

    I just wanted to tell you how much I enjoy your post. You have sparked my interest in a new relm of photography. Keep it coming..

  • Thanks guys – Pinkiss – glad you found it by accident πŸ™‚ I think that is how most people did!

    And thank you Liam & Doug!

  • Matt

    Trey, this scene reminds me of Colorado. Speaking of which, when are you coming back out here???

  • I love this image! What a great shot!

  • Love this photo! How did you edit it?

  • Ok, so I jsut stumbled upon yor log whie googling photographer blog hosting sites. Do you sell your work? I just LOVE the shack photo!


  • Thanks all – Kristi – I do sell stuff here from the site – also, I have a tutorial there on the right – see HDR Tutorial ?

  • Ed

    Hey Trey,
    As always, amazing job with the photography man. I just start snapping with my measly pentax k100d and I’m getting the hang of things. Everyday I come here, I’m inspired to take this photography thing seriously but it is such an expensive hobby for a broke college student lol. Btw, I featured a few of your picture on my blog (

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