“Most of the time as a vineyard photographer, I’m looking for ways of breaking up the monotony of simply row after row of green vines. This is one of the reasons many of my images hinge upon a tree or some other form that can break up these lines. In this case however, even though I was initially drawn to the tree, the image ended up being about the precision of those rows. I have no idea how they get them so straight.”– Michael Regnier
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