Vineyard, Wineries

A tint of what’s to come

I noticed when we were out driving the other day that the grapes in other vineyards had started to turn red or purple if you like. I haven’t walked amongst the red varieties here lately so Sunday morning I wandered off to see what I would find.

The early morning light was spectacular.

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Look at those gorgeous grapes in a variety of colors.

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Sun shining through the grapes.

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I love the sunlight on the leaves.

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Many still have a long way to go.

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No matter whether you are a vine or not it is important to keep reaching for the sun.

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“Keep your face to the sun and you will never see the shadows.”
― Helen Keller

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