Wednesday, August 3, 2011

BLACK AND WHITE WEDNESDAY #4 & AN INTERVIEW

Garlic B&W 1 bis
~ In Garlic We Trust ~

This picture was submitted to "Black & White Wednesday", an event created by Susan at "
The Well-Seasoned Cook".

Goat B&W bis
~ Dwarf Goat ~

Sausage Salad Apple 1 3 bis
~ Baby Apple ~

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Saturday Walk 5 2 bis
Not long ago, I was approached by Chef Damien from the French "750g.com" who asked me if I was interested in doing an interview that would be featured on his website. As I'm always happy to give a few minutes of my time to speak about my blog and my passion for food, it was with much pleasure, joy, enthusiasm and playfulness that I answered his in-depth questions.

You can read the interview here (only in French, unfortunately)...
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Il y a peu, Chef Damien de "750g.com" m'a demandé si j'étais interessée de donner un interview pour son site. Etant donné que je suis toujours heureuse de "sacrifier" quelques minutes de mon temps afin de parler de mon blog et de ma passion pour la cuisine, c'est avec beaucoup de plaisir, joie, enthousiasme et d'entrain que j'ai répondu à ses questions pointues.

Suivre ce lien pour lire mon interview...

Saturday Walk 4 2 bis

65 comments:

  1. Lovely interview, Rosa! (I was able to read it through a translator.) I look forward to your black and white pictures. They are so beautiful!

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  2. Your black and white photos are stunning Rosa. Another lovely Wednesday.
    Sam

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  3. The picture of the garlic is sooo poetic! Again; wonderful!

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  4. Lovely black and white garlic and I do love the dwarf goat one. Congrats on the interview!

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  5. Sigh. Please become very rich and very famous. I'll wait for my postcard.

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  6. I wish I spoke French, but at least I can enjoy these beautiful pictures

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  7. Oh I am jealous you got to travel to the places like this? gotta love it. Nice click!

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  8. Your black and white photos are amazing! Coincidentally, I also have some pictures of garlic on my blog today, not in black and white though. Will have to try that technique out soon so thanks for the tip!

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  9. Such lovely photos, Rosa! A huge congrats on your interview! I'm going to attempt to read it right now (my French is a bit rusty, so wish me luck!)...and perhaps Google translate will help, lol!

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  10. J'aime ces rendez-vous du mercredi! Bises...

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  11. Toujours de si jolies photos. Tu es formidable !
    Bisous

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  12. Rosa, it is fun to think outside the box with these B/W photos. I will go check out your interview & congrats on that :)

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  13. In Garlic We Trust, indeed. :D


    Gorgeous photography, Rosa!! Black and white has so much impact on even the simplest of things.

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  14. My fave is the black and white garlic clove Rosa...and congrats on the interview!

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  15. lucky for translator in google.
    that photo of you is gorgeous!

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  16. Gorgeous pictures! And congrats on your interview feature!

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  17. Nice photos! I love the Billy goat and the beautiful clouds.

    Xoxox

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  18. Interview interessante. Je vous souhaite tout le bien que vos rêves deviennent réalité.
    Liebe Grüsse,Robert

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  19. the garlic looks great, and that goat is so adorable! I almost feel bad for eating one last week. Almost...

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  20. What, *another* interview? Vous êtes très en demande. Félicitations et merci pour la photo de l'ail. Un titre très intelligent, aussi.

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  21. the first b&w is my favorite so far

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  22. Amazing photography Rosa ~ mesmerizing pictures!!
    Congrats on your interview, great going!
    Us Masala

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  23. I'm loving your b&w photos. Congrats on your interview!

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  24. You are such an amazing photographer Rosa. You really capture the essence of the picture, no matter what the subject is.

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  25. Excellente interview qui amenera des lecteurs vers ton site; très belles photos (j'aime surtout celle de la chèvre)

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  26. my fave is the BW garlic... gorgeous..looking forward to your BW Wednesdays :D

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  27. Lovely photos, as always. I enjoyed your interview very much. (I was able to read it with Google translate). I completely agree about the importance of local food.

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  28. Rosa, I just love your photography. The black and white images here are just lovely.

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  29. j'ai un petit faible pour la photo des biquettes !!!

    bisous à toi

    virginie

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  30. I ADORE that garlic photo. Pinnacle of perfection.

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  31. "In garlic we trust." Great quote, Rosa. As usual, your photos are lovely! Will check out the interview with a translation....

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  32. cliks are fantastic and eyecatchy..:P
    Tasty Appetite

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  33. Beautiful shots Rosa!!! Loved the garlic :)

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  34. Oh my goodness, the goat is so cute! Love that photo.

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  35. Your garlic picture is really good. Brava!

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  36. C'est bien toi et tu décris très justement ton parcours et tes aspirations... Les photos merveilleuses en plus ! sans oublier cette bien jolie salade de saucisses... bises

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  37. Love that gorgeous garlic, Rosa. It looks so Old World. :-)

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  38. Rosa, I really like that garlic shot, especially with black and white color like that.

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  39. En noir et blanc ou en couleurs, toujours de magnifiques photos. Amitiés, Boljo.

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  40. Ce sont de très belles photos !
    Je te souhaite une bonne soirée,
    Bisous, Doria

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  41. Gorgeous pictures Rosa! I love black and white photos : )

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  42. Absorbing blog post - kudos. I think your blog post was highly interesting. Thanks!

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  43. Your B & W images are gorgeous. Congrats with your interview.

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  44. Too cool re the interview! And these are some great shots, as usual. :) Hope you're having a great day!

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  45. Wow! Garlic has never ever looked so pretty. ;)

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  46. Great pics. I forget how B&W really highlights the use of light.

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  47. Stunning B & W pics Rosa - you're a master in gorgeous food but in photography is the same :)

    All the best,

    Gera

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  48. Une autre interview ? Mais tu deviens plus célèbre que le loup blanc ! En attendant d'aller lire cette page, j'aime énormément cette photo d'ail...

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  49. Your B&W photos are wonderful Rosa and those country side photo's .....I just want to run away and spend my good time there with my family...lovely!

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  50. do you print off your photos and sell them for ridiculously high prices? because you should. :)

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  51. Great B&W photos Rosa! I especially like the garlic :)

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  52. La photo de la tête d'ail est... porn food, enfin c'est ma conception de la porn food... la mûre (ou quelle autre baie?) icône ressemble à... des rogons d'agneau!!!
    Photos magnifiques, de quoi me donner honte de poster des horreurs!

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  54. So many beautiful photos as always! :)

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  55. the garlic is divine, heading over to check out your interview!!

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  56. Excellent photos!

    Nothing gets my attention more than B/W photos. Okay, sepia toned photos also have the same effect on me.

    Congratulations on the interview. Maybe this will be the push I need to polish up on my French.

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  57. I'm so sorry I missed a few of your posts, but my account was compromised, I've changed my PW and stuff, gesh. I'm all good now though, that said, you know You take the most beautiful photos!

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  58. Very nice photos, very similar to southern Chile where I live, my other blog showed photos of chile, I would like to invite some friends from France come to see me through all photos felictaciones I love nature teach us, thanks for sharing, hugs.

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