In my last post (here) I shared some photos I took of my youngest daughter during a trip we took as a short break while I had some work to do. I said I would follow up with some more photos from that trip.
The trip came about because I had some activity at work that required all of my attention and so my wife was going to have to take time off to look after our daughter while I worked.
We decided to better give her a break, I could work from anywhere and we rented an AirBnB about two hours from where we live. The location was a small farm type of place with a small private vineyard; all very rustic and plenty of opportunity for photography (even if my time was limited).
I like this kind of environment where things have been put to one side for whatever reason and remained there; slowly becoming less of what they once were. Or things are positioned and used for a time and then not used anymore but there’s been no reason to take them down and so there they stay.
The vineyard itself is a relatively new thing on this property but even then as is typical with farmers and the like; recycle and re-use is the name of the game so aisles are labeled with totally appropriate rustic signs made from old wood that was probably lying around just waiting.
It was a welcome break even if I was working for most of it and the location gave us some respite from the stresses and strains that current times are putting us in.