This image needs little introduction. It captures the tireless work that is still going on in vineyards all over the Northern Hemisphere, but which will shortly cease. Many of the vintners I've talked to are finished with harvest, or plan to be by this weekend. And after an intense month or two, the folks who work in the fields at sunrise are able to sleep in a little later these days. This image was made in Sonoma County, and presumably, these are Chardonnay grapes. -- Alder Yarrow
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