"Most of us don't have the right combination of early-morning discipline and luck to experience the magic of fog in the vineyards the way that Michael has captured it here. There is something magical about the rows of vineyards (in this case, waiting for their winter pruning) emerging like silent ghosts out of the mist. At times like that, the world almost appears to be rendered only in shades of grey and silver." -- Alder Yarrow
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