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buckingham valley vineyards (monthly blog circle)

we visited Buckingham Valley Vineyards and Winery in Bucks County (Pennsylvania) to stock up on their awesome locally-made wine. we love their sweet white and red sangrias, and the fruit wines (strawberry, raspberry, blackberry, and cherry) are absolutely unbelievable. it turned out to be the perfect place to shoot at shallow depth of field, which was the topic of this month’s creative blog circle.

all of the following were taken with sigma 35 1.4 lens at f/1.4.

while i don’t normally shoot this type of image at f/1.4, it gave an interesting perspective


new wine – keeping the sediment off the bottom


and the winery store…


and NOT shot at f/1.4, but still at the winery – different perspective taken at the smaller aperture (f/7.1)


and my boys liked hanging out in the vineyard as well (f/5)


this post is a part of a monthly blog circle of my photographer friends, who follow a theme for their monthly posts. please follow the circle to the blog of talented Jo Lien to see her take on this month’s theme!

  • Linda - Very cool! I love that you did this at a vineyard. The first shot is just lovely, as are the ones with the bottle tops. Beautiful images this month.ReplyCancel

  • Adeena - I love the coloured bottles all lined up!

    And… winery. I would love to visit. And stock up. 😉ReplyCancel

  • Jen Reynolds - Love how you used the wine bottles…and I definitely have to put this winery on my “to see” list.ReplyCancel

  • Jo Lien - Oh Nina! I love #3 and the colored glass! Fantastic shape and color!ReplyCancel

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