Morning in The Vineyard


Early winter morning in a vineyard, in Napa Valley (CA.) All the photos are taken in a small area of the Napa Valley, called Carneros. Domain Carneros being the biggest vineyard in this particular part of Napa.



Carneros are known for their excellent Pinot Noir. According to some people in the wine business, Carneros produces the finest Pinot Noir in the world. The dormant vines (resting vines, during winter,) that you can see in some of these photos, are going to produce that fine Pinot Noir wine, with the more expensive price tag.




I call this series of photos Morning in The Vineyard. The photos are taken during many different mornings, but in the same small area. I’m a morning person, and I like to get different shots, in different lighting, of the same place.




Photos available as Fine Art Prints.  When you order photo products from my gallery they will arrive in a timely manner (within a few days,) in the highest quality, professionally packed. There’s a money back guarantee if you’re not 100% satisfied.



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Maria Jansson Photography specializes in Fine Art Prints of Western Landscapes, Outdoor Action Events, Ranch Portraits, Expressive Outdoor Portraits; of people, dogs, and horses.




I hope you have a wonderful evening! I’m back in Northern Nevada now, and it’s pretty windy here. Not at all as warm as in Napa Valley. Napa has its own micro climate, which gives the valley a unique weather, perfect for growing grapes.

See you soon!


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