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01.25.2007

Vinography Images: Sunset, Camelot Highlands

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Sunset, Camelot Highlands

"We drove all over this vineyard looking for the right vantage point to show the differences between this Santa Barbara county vineyard and the Sonoma vineyards that we had been spending most of our time photographing in the days before. We picked this spot right at the edge of the property where we could see the vineyard rippling into the distance and then spent a couple of hours enjoying wine and cheese while we waited for the sun to go down. As the evening light settled in, I started shooting and didn't stop until it was pitch dark. Did I mention how much I like my job?" Michael Regnier


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Comments (2)

Arthur wrote:
01.26.07 at 1:41 PM

Great shot Michael! This looks like parts of the old Tepuesquet Vineyard as seen looking west by northwest from the Cambria property. One of my favorite views in Santa Maria Valley!

Arthur wrote:
01.26.07 at 5:09 PM

I made a faux pas: the Tepusquet Vineyard (original property and the new remaining Cambria lot with the same name) is behind the photographer and the view is towards the Highlands and Bien Nacido Vineyard.

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