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11.24.2010

My Burgundy Photographs

I'm still a bit too jet lagged to be of much use after my trip to Burgundy. I've got a lot of fantastic producers and wines to write about, as well as the fabulous weekend of the Hospices de Beaune, but I need to clear my head a little, and get more sleep. What I did manage to do on the plane, however, was sort through some of my pictures from the trip, which many of you have asked for. So in the meantime, here's some highlights.

For those of you unfamiliar with this browsing interface, there are 33 photos here, organized into several pages which are accessible using the number and arrow controls at the bottom of the photo unit.

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Those of you particularly interested in these images may find the slideshow at Flickr a more compelling experience.

Comments (4)

doug wrote:
11.25.10 at 8:27 AM

THANK YOU

Biovinum wrote:
11.25.10 at 9:02 AM

Tks for the nice pictures. I have been in Burgundy in June and have also taken some pictures.
Hope to read some interesting stories about wines and vineyards

galacida wrote:
11.30.10 at 3:53 AM

Nice pictures,thanks.

Tom Barras wrote:
12.10.10 at 7:40 PM

Some very evocative images in that group!!!

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