i love so much how the same exact location can tell such a dichotomous story. a day before this shot was taken i got some of the best sunset shots to date . this clear and windy night proved to bring another story within a story. notice the lights from Tangier, Morocco, Africa on the far left horizon.
… is you don’t see your family that often. This is my nephew Parker being absolutely fearless at the house in Yosemite while my brothers watch and encourage him. I love and miss my family!
the ‘dia de los viñeros‘, [translated 'day of the vintager' in English - a term used to describe those who own and cultivated vineyards], is a city wide celebration in Moclinejo on the Southern Coast of Spain where the entire city comes together to eat a feast including a Spanish dish – Paella. the wine featured and served is called Moscatel, a sweet grape, known to most as an ‘after dinner wine’. for me its a very small glass. it is robust and often too sweet for my tastes. nevertheless we were greeted with open arms by the locals and the vineyard owners. a very special day!
photo credit Lauren Sapp