“Bring your macro,” said Marlene Frankel. “Shooting flowers is a great opportunityto use it.” This was the second time we were scheduled to visit Daffodil Hill and it closed due to rain. The next option was a nursery, The Amador Flower Farm, in Plymouth. With that as our destination, we headed out to beautiful Amador County and its wineries, and Sutter Creek.
On our way to the flower farm, we stopped at Young’s Winery to shoot the beautiful landscape. Although the sign said by appointment only, we thought they wouldn’t mind if we shot some images. Today, I’m going to show you the winery. In my next post, I’ll show you some of the macro shots and Sutter Creek.
Young’s Winery is just beautiful, and is a photographer’s dream. I’m tempted to call them and ask if they would give us a photo tour. In addition to making and selling wine, they rent out space for weddings and other celebrations.
The best part of Amador County is that it is only one hour away from Sacramento. It’s easy to get to and you don’t have to set aside an entire day for a photo outing. Here’s Young’s Winery. My next post will show you how the macro did. And, yes I did buy it.