“I don’t know if it is because of their regularity, their slight elevation off the ground, or particular qualities of the foliage itself, but vineyards have a particular way of grabbing the light so it hangs off of the trellises, like honey off of a honeycomb. This image is a great example of how the evening sun seems to have been snagged by these vines and forced to linger long after it has departed the rest of the landscape.”– Alder Yarrow
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