Thank you for coming
Oh my word, last night was awesome!! We had a brilliant turnout, absolutely stunning! It was so exciting to share with the vineyard our product made with passion philosophy. Frank the winemaker gave a speech introducing everyone to the night, and then I gave a few words as well.
My message for the night was this: value your life’s exquisite moments and gift them to the future…this means, stop…STOP! Take a breath and look at what’s around you…amazing things are happening all the time, extraordinary things in the ordinary of life…my favourite area of interest of all is working with families. Families are diverse, rich and each have their own personality. I’m fascinated to tap into that energy, and bottle it forever in photographs. You don’t have to do it every year, it might even be something you just do once every five years, but when you do it, pick a photographer that understands you and your family, or will at least make the effort to.
Vote and Win
I’ve decided to run the voting throughout the whole exhibition, so pick your top three, and you go in the draw to win your very own framed photographic print of ‘How Many Sunsets’.
Mount Majura Vineyard visiting hours – come during August
If you missed it last night, don’t despair! The vineyard standard opening hours are:
Thursday to Sunday (closed Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday)
Take a Gumboot Tour (great for groups), meet the friendly staff, and of course, sample their wines and have a regional platter of goodies. They’ve just achieved a 5 Star James Halliday rating, which is huuuuuuge! And the temperanillo is divine. Enjoy the artwork, order a print or two, buy some cards, sign up for a camera workshop and enter in the print prize draw. Lot’s to do and enjoy!
Throughout August they are open:
Thursday and Fridays for tapas and more wine tastings 5.30-7pm
I plan on being there for most if not all of those special nights, so I can meet you and explain the work to you, and share the wine tasting with you! Children are welcome and they have a table set up there with crayons, paper and lots of kiddie goodies to keep the occupied while you indulge.
It’s on Majura Road, Majura, heading north from Fyshwick and the airport it’s on the left. Keep an eye out for the white fence.
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Thank you for reading, it means a lot to me that you’ve stopped by. I hope you gained something from visiting. I’d love to hear your comments and will reply asap.