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Old Mission Peninsula: A solo photowalk

Earlier this week I shared my interviews with Carter Oosterhouse and Eric Stromer of GMC Trade Secrets. While I was on Carter’s property on the Old Mission Peninsula in Traverse City, I snuck away for a few minutes.

I went on my own personal photowalk on the grounds. I didn’t get to set up the shots and play as much as I would have liked to but I was just pleased to have the opportunity and spend a little quality time with my camera again.

The old barn. It now serves as Carter Oosterhouse's workshop.

The same shot as above with a black and white treatment.

Carter Oosterhouse and Eric Stromer. I believe that's the director between them.

This is the site of the future tasting room for Oosterhouse Vineyards. Opening in 2014.

The grapes are growing at Oosterhouse Vineyards.

Full disclosure: GMC and GMC Trade Secrets sponsored the trip to Traverse City. All of my expenses for the trip were provided. The opinions and words expressed here are my own.

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Way cool! We are heading up there in a few weeks and I can't wait. Looks like you had a great time!

September 2, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterSchmee

Thanks Schmee, it was a lot of fun. Have a great time on your trip!

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