This is probably the last of the shots I'll be putting up from my recent trip to Germany. It was taken as part of the commission for the Van Volxem winery, and if I'd been paying more attention when it was explained to me, I'd be able to explain it much better. What I can tell you is that it's significant that the vines are grown with this plant between them, but I can't remember the name of the plant, nor why it's especially significant.

All that aside, I think that the shot has sufficient merit to post anyway, even if I can't explain it properly ;-)

On a mostly unrelated matter: our latest tutorial went live today – Toning colour images. Further details are available here:

http://www.chromasia.com/tutorials/online/

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12.57pm on 2/10/07
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