Join me as I explore Solvang, the "Danish Capital of America," which also happens to sport rolling wine hills of the adjoining countryside. They were made famous in the movie "Sideways."

On the latest episode of #PhotowalksTV, I am joined by local photographer George Rose. Together, we show the best photo spots in town and elsewhere, and how to get great shots on your smartphone. And don't forget about the famous local food specialties, like Aebleskiver, Kringles and Bear Claws, all displayed, tasted and photographed. 

Here's what you need to know about Solvang: It's just up the road from Santa Barbara, about 30 miles north, and an hour south of Pismo Beach. It's considered part of the "California Coast," even though it's inland, 14 miles up the road from Gaviota Beach. The town is surrounded by wine country, which was explored in the 2004 movie "Sideways." There's wine tasting all over Solvang, and especially in the nearby town of Los Olivos, 5 miles up the road.

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