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11.06.2009

Vinography Images: Fresh Fruit

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Fresh Fruit
I love the color in this image, and the bright wetness of the fruit and its motion into the destemmer. This fruit is alive and just waiting to be tasted. This is the top end of the destemmer, on the bottom end, each of these fat little blueberries will roll down the sorting table to be picked at by expert eyes and hands, ensuring that the fruit that is finally crushed (or dumped whole) into the fermenters is as pristine as possible. -- Alder Yarrow

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Comments (9)

Dylan wrote:
11.09.09 at 10:44 AM

Great. I love the contrast between the motion of the blur and the focus on the fruit anticipating its dive into the fray.

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