My husband and I celebrated our 20th Wedding Anniversary last week in California. It was my first time in California and a great trip. We started in San Francisco then drove up to wine country. It was harvest time in wine country. The sights, smells and tastes were wonderful, a sensory overload.
The leaves were turning colors, the sky was blue and the grapes were being picked. A few vineyards left grapes on the vines for visitors to pick and eat, it was fun comparing the different types of grapes.
The bees were well aware the sauvignon blanc grapes were the sweetest.
After a day of wine tasting, dslr photography is a little less precise . I did remember to use a variety of apertures as I was taking pictures. While looking over my images at home, I decided I liked the aperture f5.6 for the depth of field in the grape vines, just the right amount of focus and blur.
I am still amazed that 20 years has past since my husband and I got married, the time really has flown by. In those 20 years I truly believe we have made each other a better person. Yes, we argue at times, annoy each other too, but I can’t imagine my life without him.
Today I am joining Kim Klassen’s Friday Finds. My images were all tweaked in Lightroom and I added Kim’s texture ‘flow’ in Photoshop Elements. My Finds are: 20 years of marriage is something to truly celebrate and never to be taken for granted, grapes right off the vine are very yummy and I like f5.6 when standing among grapevines.
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Have a great weekend!!