Path to tree
“Photographing vineyards isn’t the easiest thing in the world. While they all have their own particular beauties, there’s a lot that stays the same — rows of grapevines, one after another. I often find myself wandering outside the vineyards themselves to see what new perspectives I can get. I liked this tree that sits behind the crest of the vineyard hill. You an barely see the last row of vines at the top of the hill.” — Michael Regnier
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