Seppeltsfield Road by leestevo

Seppeltsfield Road

Seppeltsfield Road leads from Barossa Valley Way to the iconic Seppeltsfield Winery, founded by the Seppelt family in the early 1850s. The 10 kilometres of Seppeltsfield Road now boasts not only some of the Barossa’s most famous wineries and vineyards, but also gourmet destinations such as Maggie Beer’s Farmshop.

Often identified by its distinctive palm trees (and affectionately named Avenue of Hopes and Dreams), Seppeltsfield Road is located in the western Barossa, only 60 minutes from the Adelaide CBD via a two lane highway.
Super leading lines, repetition, composition
June 4th, 2015  
Very nice composition!
June 4th, 2015  
Great composition and color!
June 4th, 2015  
Great shot! It made me laugh seeing the road lined with Palm Trees. We have similar farm roads here- but they're lined with Oak Trees- such a different look!
June 4th, 2015  
This made a really neat shot with wonderful leading lines. Like your processing of it.
June 4th, 2015  
Great composition with the lines of trees stretching into the distance.
June 4th, 2015  
Terrific capture Lee-Ann :)
June 4th, 2015  
Great shot, love the dead straight line of palms.
June 4th, 2015  
Gorgeous capture of that picturesque piece of road.
June 4th, 2015  
I love road shots and this one is spectacular! FAV
June 4th, 2015  
Oh I,m so homesick now!! Love it. Been there many times A Fav
June 4th, 2015  
Lovely Leanne
June 4th, 2015  
Wonderful capture Lee-Ann, love the composition on this. :)
June 4th, 2015  
Love the perspective :)
June 4th, 2015  
Great capture and POV
June 4th, 2015  
Great PoV.
June 4th, 2015  
Great shot.
June 4th, 2015  
Fabulous composition.
June 5th, 2015  
What a wonderful view!
June 5th, 2015  
Kim
Beautiful capture!
June 5th, 2015  
I love the perspective of this s hot
June 6th, 2015  
Great shot.
June 7th, 2015  
I (Justin) have been meaning to comment on this photo ever since I saw it. This is one of the few places you'll see palm trees in South Australia. I always thought they were quite unique. My sister-in-law works as a glass artist at the JamFactory at the Seppeltsfield winery. Check it out (if you haven't already) if you head that way again.
June 9th, 2015  
@jawere Thanks Justin...we did check out the Jam Factory last week, very expressive glass ware.
June 9th, 2015  
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