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Rooster Tote Bag featuring the photograph Up On The Roof by Jan Gelders

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Up On The Roof Tote Bag

Jan Gelders

by Jan Gelders

$40.00

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Product Details

Purchase a tote bag featuring the photograph "Up On The Roof" by Jan Gelders.   Our tote bags are made from soft, durable, poly-poplin fabric and include a 1" black strap for easy carrying on your shoulder.   All seams are double-stitched for added durability.   Each tote bag is machine-washable in cold water and is printed on both sides using the same image.

Design Details

This couple of wild chickens have found what they think is the safest place to nest, up on the roof.There is no nesting material. The hen lays the... more

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2 - 3 business days

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Up On The Roof Photograph by Jan Gelders

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Up On The Roof Canvas Print

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Up On The Roof Framed Print

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Up On The Roof Art Print

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Up On The Roof Poster

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Up On The Roof Metal Print

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Up On The Roof Acrylic Print

Acrylic Print

Up On The Roof Wood Print

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Up On The Roof Greeting Card

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Up On The Roof iPhone Case

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Up On The Roof Duvet Cover

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Up On The Roof Shower Curtain

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Up On The Roof Tote Bag

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Up On The Roof Coffee Mug

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Tote Bag Tags

tote bags rooster hen wildlife wild egg nesting birdwatching nature roof red orange brown laying animal chickens

Photograph Tags

photographs rooster hen wildlife wild egg nesting birdwatching nature roof red orange brown laying animal chickens

Comments (1)

Sarah Loft

Sarah Loft

Fun capture!

Artist's Description

This couple of wild chickens have found what they think is the safest place to nest, up on the roof.There is no nesting material. The hen lays the egg and it rolls off the roof. It is usually in tact on the ground, but if it falls on a deck below it will burst open. This phenomena happens a lot because of the predators on the ground. If a hen successfully lays a clutch of eggs and they hatch up high the chicks have to jump from at least 12 ft. heights with the hen calling them below.The chicks are very hardy and can survive the jump. Sometimes there is one that will not follow the process so he gets left behind to be rescued.Then he is reunited on the ground with the hen who will accept him back in the group.This rooster awaits the first egg while the hen makes clucking noises. C 2015 Jan Gelders Photography. All Rights Reserved.

About Jan Gelders

Jan Gelders

I have always been interested in photography and have recently devoted all my time toward making it a passionate profession in my retirement years.Nature gives us the resources to produce amazing prints to be shared and enjoyed. My photos include a wide range of interests including ocean, animals, wildlife, flowers, moon, sun and sky. I am continuously adding new images. I invite you to follow and share thru my social media links below. Visit my website at jan-gelders.pixels.com for more products for sale. New products are also added and posted on my facebook page listed below.. My prints are protected by U.S. and International Copyright Law. It is prohibited to copy or reproduce any of my photography without express permission....

 

$40.00