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A Wine Filled Year book cover

As these things happen, ideas get modified. You put something out, you collaborate with people, they make suggestions. Sometimes, your ideas are solid, and your vision is complete, and you know it’s great, so you consider the suggestions, weigh them … Continue reading

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Wine for a Year: Grape Effects

I don’t know how much to say about this one…it’s always hard to talk about abstract pieces. I don’t want to tell you what you should feel or think about it. So I’ll just give you the technical data, and … Continue reading

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Beautiful: Lightning

I am not often in a location where I can get a great view of lightning. Usually, I’m someplace flat, right in the middle of the storm, which is just about the worst place to get photos of the lightning. … Continue reading

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Photo from the World: Highway L210

One of my favorite stories from the Cold War is that of the Pan-European picnic. In 1989, the Hungarian government began to reduce its patrols of the Austrian border, and then, in a symbolic gesture, decided to open the gate … Continue reading

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Wine for a Year: New Bottling

(continued from yesterday) So shooting outside in the high winds was a bust, and I went inside. D├íni showed me his new bottles of white Loliense blend, and I started looking for shots. I wanted to capture the magical feeling … Continue reading

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