A Season in our Neighbor’s Vineyard

One pleasure of our home outside of Carcassonne is watching the neighbor’s vineyard through the seasons. We see the first sprigs burst forth in April: almost overnight. The vines grow lush under the summer sun. After months of anticipation, in September, the grape harvest is over in a day. And then, slowly, the leaves of the vines grow crispy and brown, and disappear. But we know it will all renew next spring.

We’ve collected photos each week, and used them to make two little time-lapse videos. (I think the videos are visible only when you go to the blog site rather than just the email announcement.)

We hope you’ll enjoy!

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