The Weekly Photo Challenge this week at WordPress Daily Post is to shoot the same scene two ways: Landscape (horizontal) and portrait (vertical). This seems like a great opportunity to share a scene I shot while visiting the Grand Teton National Park a few weeks ago. On this day, the weather was grey and dreary. While the mountains were nonetheless awe-inspiring, the weather made the mood of the scenery different than when the sun shines on the peaks brightly, displaying all the texture and contrast of the mountain range. While taking in the beauty of the Tetons and the Snake River Valley at one of the numerous highway overlooks in Grand Teton national Park, I couldn’t help but notice the lone tree in the valley, so I decided to use that tree as the focal point using the rule of thirds. Does it work? Discuss.