This is not Point Reyes, nor is it Sumburu Wildlife Park. This is my small world where the dog watches the sun and moon face to face in mornings. This is the land where the pruned grapevines bask in the sun, with possibilities of getting freeze the next day or so. This is a warm February morning in East Texas.
A 7 a.m. view from the front porchCountryscape, Edgewood, Nature, Photography, Skyscape, Winter
“No-Mean Feet” – Wine bottle label design for Crooked Creek VineyardsCountryscape, Edgewood, My Graphic Work, MySpread, Upper East Texas
Wine bottle label design for Crooked Creek Vineyards‘ “No-Mean Feet” 2013 Lenoir.
The background is a cut-out rendition from photograph of pine trees that grow by a pond within the property of the vineyard.
Here’s how they look on the bottles (with the vineyard at the background):
© 2014 Ine Burke
PanoramaCountryscape, Photography, Spring
Each of these panorama pictures consist of at least three shots taken with Leica M9 that were stitched together to make one panorama photo.
This year hay were baled early and they are abundant | Emory, Tx
A friend of ours who works for the county and has been working on reconstructing the road by our farm told us about salt flat near the salt mine, so here it is
Grand Saline, Tx
A vineyard right by the Crooked Creek in Edgewood looks pretty after being manicured | Edgewood, Tx
The participants of Balloon Festival were getting ready for the balloon glows | Tailwind Airpark, Edgewood, near Canton, Tx
Tara’s SeatingAthens, Black and White, Countryscape, Photography
Our recent trip to Athens brought us to Tara Vineyard and Winery, not too far from downtown Athens. Sitting on the foreground of the vineyard is the historic Murchison home, built in 1880; and the winery is seated high on a hill overlooking the whole scene.