There is a clear discrepancy in the proportion of wine to wood in this picture, yet the wine would get my vote every time. How can this ever work?
Wine is more efficient? More warming than wood, perhaps? They look equally good in this shot, as does the basket.
I often feel that I may have turned up the internal wine heater just a little too high.
If you drink the wine, you’ll solve the problem 😉
I’m on it…
Add more wine. No, get another basket.
You got to the core of the problem straight away.
If you have your lens closer to the wine then the wine will look bigger and the wood smaller!
That should be rule #1 of wine photography 😉
A glass of wine in front of the fire warms me usually!
Top man – I’m going to follow that advice.
Great picture of the bottle of wine, Roger, but, what wood?
So easy to miss the wood for the wine.
you could start photographing wine cellars? 😉
Exactly where I went this afternoon, but only to pick up some wine in payment for photography – ye-s.s.ss!
nice bartering 🙂
Except I’m bartering with myself!
I do like the way you think!
I’m not thinking too well this morning, but probably better than I will be tomorrow morning, after Burns Night / take 2.
Hmm…drink the wine in shot glasses?
I prefer the solution of getting another basket for wine:-)
What a beautiful earthy photograph, and a clever way to illustrate a political point!
Says plenty about the power of wine that it can be so disproportionately important in the composition considering how little of the ‘real estate’ of the image it occupies. Firewood? What firewood? Hand me a glass of that pretty wine!
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