Two weeks ago, I travelled to Griffith – 5 hours from Melbourne; 5 hours from Sydney.
And I’ve totally exceeded my quota on red earth scenery.
My assignment was to shoot an industrialised winery for their upcoming website.
Honestly I was half expecting happy ladies dancing on a giant field of fresh picked grapes.
(Maybe ‘industrialised’ means there’s a lot of them, in uniforms?)
But of course that was very naive of me.
Standing in the site, walking around, I could almost hear the rumbling of this giant beast of an industry.
And this is only the 9th largest winery in the country.

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