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Salem Tote Bag featuring the photograph Crossing into the harbor by Jeff Folger

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Crossing into the harbor Tote Bag

Jeff Folger

by Jeff Folger



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Purchase a tote bag featuring the photograph "Crossing into the harbor" by Jeff Folger.   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.

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ALL SEASONS Landscapes

The Friendship of Salem MA is a reconstruction of a model built during a two year voyage from Salem MA to Canton China and back again. The original ship was built in 1797 by Enos Briggs in a ship yard on the south river. After the Friendship launched in 1797, she made just 15 voyages between 1797 to 1812 when she was captured by the HMS Rosamond off the coast of England. The model that the current Friendship was modeled after was bulit by the second mate Thomas Russell and the ships carpenter. The model was so detailed that master ship builders could reconstruct the ship as seen here. the model sits in the Peabody Essex museum and is nearly 6 feet in length and if you add the bowsprit into the length, is nearly 9 feet in length. (these measurements are my guess only but If you stop in I think you'll agree, it's a huge model boat for...

About Jeff Folger

Jeff Folger

Jeff Folger is a New England outdoor photographer specializing in the scenic landscapes of New England. In the autumn when the fall foliage of New England begins turn crimson, orange and yellow, You will find Jeff blogging about the fall colors. Even more importantly, he tells everyone where to go in search of the fall colors. You can find him as Jeff Foliage at www.jeff-foliage.com You can find Jeff out on the back roads of Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island or Connecticut photographing the quintessential New England scenic landscapes that have been captivating visitors to New England since the first tours took place back in the 1950s. Jeff sets out to produce images that express his artistic vision and...