Moving Through The Vineyard
"This image was made at Hawkeye Mountain Vineyard in Sonoma. This shot was an attempt to capture a bit of my experience as the photographer that day. As I work in the vineyards I move really quickly through the landscape, trying out different vantage points along the mountain, and trying to keep up with the fast-moving fog. This image captures a bit of that rush to discover shots in every direction." -- Michael Regnier
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