Visited the Vista Hills Vineyard in Yamhill County, Oregon a couple weeks back.
These are a few of the images I found while on my visit.
Little grape balls, young grapes, on vine
Cluster of tiny grapes just emerging off the vine in a vineyard
Tiny grapelet clusters hang from the vine in the Vineyard
Tiny grape cluster with leaves on a grapevine
Tiny grapelet buds emerge from the Grape vine in the Vineyard
A solitary green grape leaf hangs in focus on the vine with tiny grapes
Grape leaf hangs nearby the trunk on grapevine
A solitary green grape leaf in the vine hangs in focus
Treehouse cottage at the Vista Hills Vineyard, Yamhill County, Oregon
Pink and white florets, Clover flower against wooden post in Vineyard
Giant Oak Tree lines with the end posts of a vineyard in a field.
Musician Jon Ransom play guitar on the deck at the Vista Hills Vineyard, Yamhill County, Oregon
Jon Ransom plays on patio at Vista Hills Vineyard Treehouse, guitar, musician, live, music, playing,
Vince Ferguson – Grass Widow – Digital Image
Vince Ferguson – Grass Widow Field – Digital Image
Vince Ferguson – Grass Widow Landscape – Digital Image
Alright! It’s time for a little Grass Widow craziness! This is the second post featuring images from Catherine Creek. For other great images visit the first post.
One of the things I love about hiking Catherine Creek in the Columbia River Gorge, on the Washington side, if the abundance of Wildflowers. One of the first to bloom in the late Winter/Early Spring is this beautiful flower called the Grass Widow. I first saw these flowers a year ago when I hiked Catherine Creek. While I found some decent images on that trip, I haven’t been 100% happy with those images. So, I couldn’t wait to get out there again while this beautiful flower was blooming. Finally I got out there last week, and almost thought I might have been too late? But never fear, this flower was everywhere. Whole fields of them! I tried to capture what these flowers looks like in groups over a grassy field, but am not sure I did that? What do you think?
On this trip also, I found two new wildflowers that I wasn’t familiar with before. The Woodland Star and the Saxifrage. Images of which will be in posts that I will create next week.
I myself am looking forward to my next trip to Catherine Creek, to see what new wildflower might be lurking among the prairie and woods of Catherine Creek.
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