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08.10.2007

Vinography Images: Swirling Clouds

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Swirling Clouds

"This is one of the few shots that I have taken in the vineyards where the summer clouds have been so interesting. Usually, I find solid blue skies until sunset, at least in the summer. Winter on the other hand is amazing for its atmospheric conditions." -- Michael Regnier


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PRINTS:
If you are interested in owning an archive quality print of this image, or any of the other vineyard images featured here on Vinography, you can purchase one on the Michael Regnier Photography web site for $85.

ABOUT VINOGRAPHY IMAGES:
Every week, Vinography features a new image from photographer Michael Regnier for readers' personal use as desktop backgrounds or screen savers. We hope you enjoy them. Please respect Michael's copyright on these images.

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