September 26, 2016

Adventures of Kingston and His Dad: Part 1

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The days  I am most reminded about life being good is when I am lucky enough to bring the kids to work. The best days to do this with my son Kingston are on vineyard check days. The vineyard check days gives him a chance to get outside, run up and down the rows, and learn more about the family business. Like most five year olds he is naturally curious. He’s always good for a few questions and plenty of opinions. My favorite days are when he brings “his” camera. He really enjoys taking pictures. On this particular vineyard check day, I thought it would be fun to set us both loose in the vineyard equipped with cameras. I thought it would be a great way to try and see this world from his perspective. The feed below features pictures taken by yours truly and Kingston at both Jesperson Vineyard in Edna Valley and Black Oak Vineyard in Los Alamos. Enjoy seeing the vines through both of our lenses.

Photo taken by me, looking over the top of Grenache vines. Jespersen Vineyard, Edna Valley
Photo taken by me, looking over the top of Grenache vines. Jespersen Vineyard, Edna Valley

 

Photo taken from Kingston's perspective
Photo taken by Kingston, looking at the Grenache vines within Jespersen Vineyard, Edna Valley

 

Kingston's look at Grenache clusters
Kingston’s look at Grenache clusters, Jespersen

 

Kingston checking out the airplanes above
Kingston checking out the airplanes above

 

Black Oak Vineyard in Los Alamos
Black Oak Vineyard in Los Alamos

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