Robert Sinsky had a gorgeous building with some neat architecture. Through the main tasting room was an outside area (which was closed because it was so empty at the winery), but it was open for my photography!
I really liked how the shadows here made some neat/interesting lines. In comparison to the earlier photo, I stepped back, went wide angle, and tried to use the shadows to draw the viewers eye through this photo.
I had to spend a *LOT* of time trying to fix the perspective on this photo. Because I shot it wide, the pillars on the left were bowing inwards, and the beams on the top seemed to be going downwards at an odd angle. I'm quite pleased with the "fixed" perspective --- dang wide angle lenses (but thank goodness at the same time!) :P