Happy Holidays from Vinography!!
"It took 5 generators and over $1000 of white Christmas lights and lots of help, but we pulled it off. We lit the vineyard the night before and came back just before sunrise. We got stuck in the mud on our way back and almost didn't make it in time to catch the first glow of dawn on the horizon, but thanks to a winch and some hard work we got the shot." -- Michael Regnier
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