22 Nov 17 Having left the fisherman with his hake, who by the way contacted us today inviting us back to Vienna for a personal tour to see all we didn't see on a tourist visit, we climbed the hillside on the other side of the road encountering not only the vineyard but a lovely little farm community. A fence surrounding the vineyard was open and as there was a doggie pickup bag dispenser located very near it and the gate open, we assumed it would be O.K. to walk in the vineyard. As several others were soon to do the same as we doing I guess we were right. Our view from inside the vineyard wasn't nearly as spectacular as was the view from the boat, but compensation for the lesser view was a lovely stream with small waterfall, a nice statue, and some different views. This is obviously taken at one end of the vineyard and comprises only a small portion of the operation. In the URH corner you can see the beginning of the rapidly approaching storm. Less than 20 minutes after taking this shot we were in the downpour. But at this point in time we were playing with some beautiful light which gave the grape leaves the rich warm yellow color. As we didn't see a single grape on the vines I'm guessing harvest season preceded us by some weeks. As drenched as we got, the walk through the village, vineyard, and meeting the people made it all worthwhile!
Straight out of the camera. Nikon D500; 18 - 200; Aperture priority; ISO 500; 1/100 sec @ f / 7.1.