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12.07.2006

Vinography Images: Winter, Trace Ridge Estate

Winter, Trace Ridge Estate. Copyright Michael Regnier

Winter, Trace Ridge Estate, Sonoma

"We drove into the vineyard before sunrise so that we would be there for the first light. There was no sunrise in the quiet dampness, but the fog was beautiful. It moved quickly through the vineyard, changing what I saw through the lens every few seconds until the moment the shutter clicked. I love the early morning fog for its ability to turn an ordinary shot into something much more beautiful" -- Michael Regnier

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Comments (12)

12.08.06 at 1:47 AM

Thanks for the awesome imagery - I'm really looking forward to the upcoming images too!

Mac users can simply drag and drop the image to the desktop or a folder if they prefer.

Mariëlla wrote:
12.08.06 at 2:11 AM

I am looking forward to the next instalments! Especially since I will be visiting Sonoma en Napa valleys coming summer. Beautiful images to get in the mood....

Dr. Debs wrote:
12.08.06 at 8:57 AM

Thanks so much for this. Definitely something to chase the winter doldrums away.

Brian Miller wrote:
12.08.06 at 11:11 AM

Lovely photography! (The wine from this vineyard is quite nice, too! :) )

Ben Bicais wrote:
12.08.06 at 3:21 PM

Wow, what a stunning shot, it captures the early morning mist and fog beautifully.

Tyler T wrote:
12.08.06 at 10:25 PM

Winter is one of my favorite points of year in wine country. Bright green, sparkling from recent rain, black craggily vines, sturdy oaks, and the mustard. What a place we live...great pic

temy wrote:
12.09.06 at 8:05 AM

High quality images are excellent additions to your site, congratulations. It is becoming a magazine rather than a site.

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