Thursday 3 May 2007

Vineyard III - 葡萄園

Seifried Vineyard, Nelson, New Zealand

Nikon D200
AF Nikkor 35-135mm F3.5-4.5 @ 135mm
F4.5, 1/320, ISO-100


  1. That's a very distinctive plant growing up the wall of the vineyard and sensibly offset to one side of your composition. I wonder did you try other angles for this one Ben? I thought it might be interesting to compare a square on shot with this slightly angled one.

  2. Nice splash of red among the gold. I keep forgetting that's its Fall there.

  3. Thank you both.
    Actually, This one is a result of quite heavy cropping. I initially included the sign of the vineyard to position the first shot of the set. I changed my mind because it is not quite right. My wife took the square one and posted in her blog ( not a woman in few words), which I quite like.
    The angle one gives me little bit of 3D view on the red vine, I try to clop out the roof but then it cut off the shape, so I left the trace of the angle there.

  4. Nice, that is such an interesting looking plant. Had to enlarge it and investigate for a bit.


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