This photo is a bit of a sentimental selection, since it was among the very first digital photographs I have ever taken. Way back in 2001, my wife gave me a new, high-tech digital camera that had a whopping 300 pixels per inch of resolution (that's 0.3 mp) and stored them with a built-in floppy drive. I recently found this winery's website and the entrance still appears to be just the way I shot it.
We were fortunate to live within a couple hour's drive of the Finger Lakes region of New York State, and we visited the wineries there a few times a year. One of the aspects of this shot I enjoyed was the mirrored curve of the foyer's rafters, both framing the heron silhouette. The low resolution means I'll never be able to blow this picture up to poster-size, but I think the composition makes this a good choice for the weekly selection.
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Jack Huber has taken tens of thousands of photographs around the country and in his foreign travels.