Tuesday, 1 May 2007

Vineyard I - 葡萄園

Seifried Vineyard, Nelson, New Zealand

Nikon D200
AF Nikkor 35-135mm F3.5-4.5 @ 35mm
F4.5, 1/350, ISO-100

9 comments:

  1. bien des promesses visuelles et gustatives

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  2. Ben this shot is absolutely wonderful but the three previous ones are to die for too.

    Change, leaves, look up, you've been divinely inspired by autumn.

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  3. This is a pleasantly neat vineyard in lovely natural autumn colors. The image crop suits the landscape. I think they call your country, the 'Land of the Long White Cloud', don't they? That must be part of such cloud over those distant hills.

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  4. Wowwwwwww... so peaceful and so serence! And of course, the source of future wine ;) which makes it all the beter haha!

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  5. I do like the panoramic crop in this, it's a wide open landscape!

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  6. Breathtakingly beautiful!
    I love clouds (as long as they don't cover the whole sky, that is!). And worry about our small vintners, oh dear, these looks like corn fields in the American Midwest!

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  7. Thank you every one! Vineyard in this season is very nice. While they have a grape, all the vines are under the white net to protect from birds. I like after harvest and when the leaves change it's colour.

    New Zealand is also called 'AOTEAROA' which means 'Land of the Long White Cloud'. I think, it a great name.

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  8. Amazing autumn colours! So rich and powerful photograph! It draws you in, into the landscape.

    What a shot!
    Cheers!

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