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Vinography Images: The Sun and The Fog


The Sun and The Fog

"This is one of the coolest vineyard photos I've ever seen. The sun breaking through the fog above the ghostly forms of this vineyard evokes Middle Earth or some otherworldly landscape. I'd never in a million years guess that it was shot in Sonoma County" -- Alder Yarrow

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Comments (1)

11.30.07 at 12:10 AM

Some times, I feel like a stranger in my own country and time, because I feel exactly as a man coming from the Middle Ages or from the ancient Roman times or feeling like an Explorer of ancient Egipt. I love ancient times because they had the right way to understand nature and the seasons running though the year.
Michael Regnier's pictures make me these times alive, as you have said, as if they were taken directly in the Middle Ages or in that vineyard en the Roman valley of the Hiberus river, near Caesaraugusta!
May I ask you for offering this image as a post next sunday on muy blog, obviously quoting your blog, Regnier's authorship and the possibility to buy them?
Thanks, Alder, and thanks too for your comment on the wine writers, some days ago. I wrote an answer to you, unfortunately not published because of muy poor hability with machine computers, but I very much appreciate the reasons you and Vonegut give to amateurs (in the very best and intensive sens of the word) wine writers, as me!

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