Red Tobacco Barn
If you grew up in New England schools, you probably worked on a tobacco farm during your summer break. The Pioneer Valley was a big shade tobacco producer and created tobacco for cigars for as far away as Cuba. The leaves are grown and harvested in fields under cheesecloth netting, sewn onto wooden slats and hung to dry in these gorgeous tobacco barns. Some tobacco barns are still active, like this one I captured in Whately, Massachusetts.
Printed on archival acid-free photo paper and packaged in a clear sleeve with a rigid photo envelope for safe shipping. Price includes print only and does not include a frame. All prints are signed in lower right corner of the image by the artist unless otherwise specified at time of order.