Riding my motorbike on a cross-country trip westward, I arrived in eastern Kentucky from the south through Tennessee, water sopped and itching for drier weather. Under cloudy skies I meandered along rural back roads that wound across narrow fields under low, thickly forested mountains. The wind had picked up to the point where I had to lean windward to compensate for the persisent push on my left. I saw this barn in a field that felt the years of weight of the same wind.
Images: First image is the original print to show you the true quality; matted images are iPhone photographs of the matted print.
Archival Print on Arkwright Photographic Paper. 6x9 photo with 11x14 black matte fits a standard frame. Signed on the back by the artist. You choose the frame to put it in. Protected in cellophane wrap.