Looking at grapes at a winery

Nikon D800, 1/200 sec., f/9.0, ISO 100, 14mm

Nikon D800, 1/200 sec., f/9.0, ISO 100, 14mm

I was visiting a winery one fine evening when I noticed the clouds were a fantastic pattern with a beautiful blue hue at the far end. This winery that I was at, Vineland Estates in St. Catherines, had a bunch of their grapes still in their early stages of growth. You could look down the aisle of grapes and it would last for as far as the eye can see. The winery is large, and while the grapes were not ready to be harvested, nor were they any juicy grape colours, they still made for some beautiful photography. I just wished the grapes had accented against the green leaves and grass for some added colour.

To give a sense of length I tilted the camera slightly downwards to the ground. This slightly skewed the perspective, showing more of the ground than the clouds, further giving the notion that the line of grapes go on forever.

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