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Architecture Tote Bag featuring the photograph Pennsylvania Barn by Marcia Lee Jones

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Pennsylvania Barn Tote Bag

Marcia Lee Jones

by Marcia Lee Jones

$35.00

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Product Details

Purchase a tote bag featuring the photograph "Pennsylvania Barn" by Marcia Lee Jones.   Our tote bags are made from soft, durable, poly-poplin fabric and include a 1" black strap for easy carrying on your shoulder.   All seams are double-stitched for added durability.   Each tote bag is machine-washable in cold water and is printed on both sides using the same image.

Design Details

In the U.S., older barns were built from timbers hewn from trees on the farm and built as a log crib barn or timber frame, although stone barns were... more

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Comments (112)

Marcia Lee Jones

Marcia Lee Jones 27 Days Ago

Thank you, Jean, for favoring this image!

Jean Bernard Roussilhe

Jean Bernard Roussilhe 28 Days Ago

Masterful capture!

Joseph Miko

Joseph Miko

Beautifully captured ! L/F !

Marcia Lee Jones

Marcia Lee Jones

Many thanks, Dora!

Joe Vella

Joe Vella

Great shot of this old barn.

Shoal Hollingsworth

Shoal Hollingsworth

WOW, this is amazing, I love it

Shiva K S

Shiva K S

Charming!

Juergen Hess

Juergen Hess

So very beautiful! Fascinating info!

Marcia Lee Jones replied:

Many thanks, Juergen, for the lovely comment!

Nancy Griswold

Nancy Griswold

So captivating and interesting, love the image and the history FAV/L

Brian Tada

Brian Tada

Magnificent capture, Marcia! Congratulations on approaching 2,000 views for this stunning barn portrait! Seen in the 1,000 Views on 1 Image group. F/L

Michelle Tinger

Michelle Tinger

Lovely capture

John Bartelt

John Bartelt

Lovely photo.

Beverly Guilliams

Beverly Guilliams

A beautiful capture, Marcia...............v./f./tweet

Alana Thrower

Alana Thrower

Great capture of this cool looking old barn! l/f/t

Christopher James

Christopher James

One of your peers nominated this image in the 1000 views Groups nominated images by your fellow artist in the Special Features #11 promotion discussion. Please visit and pass on the love to another artist.

Kay Novy

Kay Novy

Very nice capture! L.F. and will nominate in "1000 Views" group!

Marcia Lee Jones replied:

Many thanks for the nomination, Kay!

Christopher James

Christopher James

Congratulation.....your wonderful work has been featured in the 1000 Views on 1 Image Group l/f/p

Jeffrey Koss

Jeffrey Koss

This is a beauty Marcia

Patricia Keller

Patricia Keller

Beautiful capture. L/F

Jan Dappen

Jan Dappen

outstanding capture, love these old barns and this one is unique

Jack Zulli

Jack Zulli

A beautiful capture;) v/L

Kai Saarto

Kai Saarto

This barn is so photographic! Great shot.

Richard Thomas

Richard Thomas

Great capture, full of character! V

Mike Breau

Mike Breau

Beautiful photography Marcia-love these old structures/V

Artist's Description

In the U.S., older barns were built from timbers hewn from trees on the farm and built as a log crib barn or timber frame, although stone barns were sometimes built in areas where stone was a cheaper building material. In the mid to late 19th century in the U.S. barn framing methods began to shift away from traditional timber framing to "truss framed" or "plank framed" buildings. Truss or plank framed barns reduced the number of timbers instead using dimensional lumber for the rafters, joists, and sometimes the trusses.[9] The joints began to become bolted or nailed instead of being mortised and tenoned. The inventor and patentee of the Jennings Barn claimed his design used less lumber, less work, less time, and less cost to build and were durable and provided more room for hay storage.[10] Mechanization on the farm, better transportation infrastructure, and new technology like a hay fork mounted on a track contributed to a need for larger, more open barns, sawmills using steam power c...

About Marcia Lee Jones

Marcia Lee Jones

Where does one start with a quick biography, which will give some insight to the artist inside? For me, photography was a way to get my feelings out by capturing moments in my life. Memories are one of the biggest ways to experience emotions of all types. Photography was that answer to capture moments that were ignored by others that would elicit an emotion. For instance, the way light can highlight an object brilliantly shadows that express mystery colors that can be dramatic or soft. To be able to do that with any form of art is important to the human psyche. We all must be able to express ourselves and my way is in black, white and color. Hope you will enjoy some of these...

 

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