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Cotton Ready For Harvest – Georgia Metal Print

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Cotton Ready For Harvest – Georgia Metal Print by Mark Tisdale.

This original Georgia metal print features a field filled with fluffy white cotton ready for harvest. Whether you’ve farmed or lived in rural Georgia, then this is a familiar site most likely. I know I’m not alone in calling this southern snow. Because when it’s harvest time the shoulders of the road are oven scattered with drifts of cotton that has blown off trucks. Some years it’s the only thing we get close to snow! It’s certainly a more reliable site in the part of Georgia where I grew up.

Old red barns like the one seen in this rural Georgia metal print are becoming a bit more scarce. All old barns were not per se red but old family photos reveal barns not unlike this one in shape. It’s a vernacular style of architecture that seemed common on family farms once upon a time. The barn in this cotton field is based on one I photographed along a country road in nearby Pulaski county near Hawkinsville years ago. The fields were empty but the fields sloped upwards towards not unlike this scene where the rows of cotton ready to harvest are leading the eye to that old red barn on the horizon.

What attracts you to this scenic farming artwork? Do these cotton fields remind you or some place or someone special to you?

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