TITLE: "Weather Vane"
Each little country barn is usually seen with a weathervane on the peak of the roof. This was used by farmers to orient the direction of the wind, and could help predict impending storms. These old relics of rural life have become folk art icons, as they were often locally made with on-hand materials and featured lovely animal icons such as horses, deer, and, like this one, a goose in flight.
About the Photographer:
Annie travels for her photography full-time, photographing wildlife, landscapes, and rural scenes. She grew up on her family's ranch in Montana, and currently works out of her studio in Billings, Montana. Her work has been featured in television shows, books, and in magazines such as Better Homes & Gardens. She has worked with Crate & Barrel, Target, and several large-scale projects across the United States. While she loves to travel, her true love is being in wide open spaces or out in nature.
This image is available as:
⚙︎ on Canvas
⚙︎ Greeting Cards
(Cards are 5” x 7” with matching envelope, printed on matte paper.)
Designers and Project Managers:
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