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03.20.2008

Vinography Images: Hairy Vines

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Hairy Vines
"Winter is always my favorite season to shoot in vineyards, and this photograph is a perfect example of why. The bushy, hairy silhouette of these vines against the bright sky conveys so much personality." -- Michael Regnier

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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.

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