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Barn Greeting Card featuring the photograph Farmer's Eulogy by Jim Cook

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Farmer's Eulogy Greeting Card




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Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

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Love your concept and theme here so much...I actually spend a little extra to buy our milk from a local dairy here in Ohio....The cows actually graze out in fields eating grass! The milk is delicious! I hope the small farms somehow pull through for years to come!...fav/v54

Jim Cook replied:

Thanks Karen!

Great idea

Jim Cook replied:

Thank you

Jim, this is a beautiful piece. The textures, shapes and the touch of blue all fit together perfectly. v&f

Jim Cook replied:

Thank you!

Wonderful image v

How touching fact and a great image to go with it ! This is the fact in many countries...very nice subject you picked up here. v/g+

Creative artwork, Jim. Like the story behind the image. Voted

Jim, Beautifully done love the way you have positioned the farmer looking at what was and will never be again for him. The feel of a gothic tale in your write up in the description box gives the sense of ghosts and souls that cannot leave their once proud land. Remarkably processed and with great details and colors. Excellent photo, voted, and google promoted

Very nicely done Jim - v/f

The title, the story, and the image you created here are so well integrated, Jim...well said and dramatic in a way that clearly communicates the sense of loss with no judgement applied...great job...v/f!

Wonderful image v

brilliant! superb! wonderful work! wow v

You can feel the loss in this piece--great work!

i love it, v

Very cool!!!

Super work and idea Jim, v

The style and textures draws my attention..very smartly processed..V)

Love how you made this! Wonderful mood! fv

It has a medieval feel to your art! voted

fantastic work , v

Wonderfully done and interesting description! :) v/f!

Unusual and atmospheric ! f/v

Nicely Done! Voted

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Artist's Description

Through closed no longer ample open doors stands just a farmer gazing on dim lit fields where horse and cattle no longer feed. He waits as the cold blue haze comes to carry him away. Away from his horizon away from the USA. With profuse apologies to Walt Whitman my photo eulogizes the passing of a way of life that has sustained this country and countless generations of farmers.Right or wrong sad or not the family farm is being replaced by large corporations that are doing the same work but with far fewer farmhands. In 1862 Abraham Lincoln created the U.S Department of Agriculture. At that time 90 out of every 100 Americans were farmers, today there are just 2 out of 100. At the time of the USDA creation their motto was "Agriculture is the foundation of manufacture and commerce" In a weird turn around it can probably be said that manufacture and commerce are now the foundation of agriculture. Inventions and innovation in machinery, techniques, and distribution have helped this come abo...

About Jim Cook

Jim Cook

I recently moved from Northeast Pa to Northeast TN. Being semi - retired from a paint contracting business I now have more time for travel and photography. My body of work ranges from surreal to the more traditional scenes of landscapes and the everyday scenes of life. My photography has its roots going back to my experiences with infrared film. It’s there that I saw how an image could be manipulated to something much more different than what was first seen. When digital came along it was an easy move to software and all the possibilities that were and are now possible with their use. Still the initial composition in camera is still paramount and once the shutter is closed and image transferred to computer I can turn my imagination...

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