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02.05.2010

Vinography Images: Patterns

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Patterns
Vineyards aren't easy things to photograph. They sprawl and spread all over everywhere, and don't exactly stay confined in the frame of a photograph well, not to mention their tendency to seem monotonous in their rows. I like this image not only for the compression of space that turns the vines into patterns, but also because in the midst of the regular geometry, you can see each individual vine has its own personality -- Alder Yarrow

INSTRUCTIONS:
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PRINTS:
If you are interested in owning an archive quality, limited edition print of this image please contact photographer Andy Katz through his web site.

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Comments (3)

02.08.10 at 9:29 AM

Great picture! Inspiring

Venus wrote:
02.11.10 at 8:33 PM

Great shot! Completely beautiful! Stunning! Ahhh... Order in a world of chaos. I could stare at those rows all day.... How relaxing.

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