You may know this about me, but when I'm not out taking photos my day job is serving and selling wine at a popular winery in Napa Valley. A while back, during one of our staff meetings, one of our winemakers, TJ Evans, was talking about our various different vineyards and their various different characteristics. One of these vineyards he described as "the one with the airplane shaped reservoir." I had never thought of it quite in those terms, but I knew exactly which vineyard he was referring to and I knew exactly where it was located --- I pass it every day on my way to, and from, work. Even though I had never considered photographing it before, hearing TJ's description made me wonder what it would look like from above. Eventually, as you can see, curiosity got the best of me and on a beautiful morning I decided to fly my drone over the top of it. The sun was rising and the fog was still scattered throughout the valley and it ended up being a lovely start to the day. And I'm really glad that I allowed someone else's perspective to pique my interest.
"The greatest tragedy for any human being is going through their entire lives believing the only perspective that matters is their own."