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Grape Photo Season in Idaho

Grape Photo Season in Idaho
Summer is coming to an end and Fall is coming on.  This changes the kinds of subjects which are available to a nature, landscape, and fine art photographer.  It is time for the seasonal shift to ripening fruit and fall colored leaves.  Some of the late summer fruits and early autumn fruits are coming into season.  Cramer Imaging decided to check out some local photo opportunities.

Fine art can be found everywhere.  It can even be found in the natural world around us.  Leaves, trees, flowers, and fruit are common photographic subjects for any nature or fine art photographer.  Local subjects are amongst the best subjects a photographer of any kind can wish for.  We, at Cramer Imaging, found some amazing opportunity in the grape vines outside where we live.

Grapes have long been a symbol of finery and opulence.  They have also long been a source of wine, the widely acknowledged finest of the alcoholic beverages.  They are some tender plants which do not often stand the cold of this area of Idaho.  The fact that we can grow some grapes here is rather astounding.  These particular grapes are a sweet variety which has been used for table grapes and jams.

This year, the vines are bursting with bunches of grapes at various stages of ripeness.  They looked so pristine that I could not pass up the opportunity to pull out my camera and shoot some pictures of those grapes.  Here is some of what I managed to capture.

Professional quality fine art photograph of a bunch of green grapes on a vine in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho by Cramer Imaging