A vineyard in Central Otago
Any hints, tips, constructive criticism or comments are welcome and appreciated.
Fantastic! I am always impressed by the way we will cultivate any little place that offers a foothold. This is such an unforgiving-looking spot.
26 Apr 2008 6:10am
@Pied Crow: Yeah it's an amazing part of the country and it does look pretty forbidding. It can be very cold in winter, and very hot in summer. The temperature extremes produce very good wine though! Thanks for your comment.
Interesting shot,makes me feel a little dizzy.Did you also turn the camera on it´s side for a slightly different photo?
26 Apr 2008 11:40am
@Anthony: Yes I did, but I wasn't pleased with the result - I didn't get the framing right. Thanks for your comment.
Hi Margie, great wide-angle shot. Looks like a hard land to cultivate although there is quite a bit going on there.
26 Apr 2008 12:34pm
26 Apr 2008 4:46pm
@Alun Lambert: Thanks Alun.
Amazing contrast between the cultivated ground and the natural landscape
27 Apr 2008 8:54am
@Scotfot: Thank you!
Really like the texture and composition here.
27 Apr 2008 4:04pm
@Twelvebit: Thanks for your visit and all your comments. Much appreciated!
This is a beautiful example of natural contrast. Great photos!
28 Apr 2008 1:53pm
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