Walk through a winery in Barossa: South Australia

Earlier this year the Adelaide Camera Club organised a photo-meet in the Barossa- the world famous wine region of South Australia. The plan was to meet up at the Langmeil winery and walk through to the Peter Lehmann winery. Both these are highly esteemed winemakers of the region. Langmeil is one of the oldest wineries in the region I was told.

They opened their little tool shed and a special cellar for us to have some indoor shots, but there was plenty to do around- walk through the vines, see some birds, and then sample the cheese and meat platter at the Lehmann’s restaurant.

The walk through the greens:

Birds around; I’m sure there’ll be more at better times- we were there late morning to early afternoon making it the worst time for birds as well as photography due to flat light.

In and around the old shed:

And finally in the cellar itself:

Its just amazing to know that I live just an hour’s drive from this beautiful place. Cheers!

Thanks:
-Adelaide Camera Club
-Langmeil Winery
-Peter Lehmann Winery

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2 thoughts on “Walk through a winery in Barossa: South Australia”

  1. Bhavin… its so nice to see that you graduated not only in orthopedics but you excel in photography as well.. the last time i commented on the photos you put up somewhere , i think on the FB.. you coolly showed away the credit to the camera.. but today you are in no position to tell me its the camera only.. i think, the "12 inches behind the camera" also shows very clearly here in these photos… GREAT PHOTOS… with absolute control on the instrument and also on the composition of the photos… this is the first reaction to your photos.. i will go through all of them .. but may not write anything… but on the first page i just couldn't control, but write to you .. .

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