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08.23.2007

Vinography Images: Winter Fog

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Winter Fog

"In the midst of all this heat washing across the country, I'm missing the cool winter weather that I remember from the morning I took this shot. Winter in the vineyards is still my favorite time to shoot."-- Michael Regnier


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