From his mountaintop home, Jefferson enjoyed seeing the beautiful Blue Ridge in the distance. He also loved trees and plants of all kinds, endlessly experimenting with the design of his garden and what could be grown in it. I think this is one reason why he wrote to a friend in 1811, "but tho' an old man, I am but a young gardener." It takes many years to learn about the complexities of nature.
This listing is for an unframed 8 x 10 in. color print, professionally printed on Fuji Crystal Archive paper. It will be labelled, dated, and signed on the reverse.
Please add a note indicating whether you would prefer matte or glossy finish.
Other print sizes available upon request. This image may also be ordered as a greeting card with a 4 x 6 frameable photo.
Take joy in the subtle changes of each season . . . ~Patsy