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Vinography Images: Golden Globes


Golden Globes
Andy's close-up images of grapes are really special. The translucency of the skin with the light shining through reminds me that each berry is this tiny little body, with its own anatomy and structure. Each golden globe is a complete system, a little planet unto itself. -- Alder Yarrow

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