Wednesday, August 24, 2011

BLACK AND WHITE WEDNESDAY #7

Maple Tartlets Tulip 1 B& W 2 bis
~ Purity ~

Baked Apricots Fruits B&W text bis
~ Vintage Reverie ~

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

Kalbura Basti Grater 2 5 bis
~Texture Love ~

59 comments:

  1. I love the vintage effects. Really different and so beautiful!

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  2. You not only make excellent dishes you are athrough master of photography.This is so beautifull;)

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  3. Lovely effects Rosa. When I saw the grater picture on one of your posts I thought at the time how it would make a great B&W . So pleased you submitted it.

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  4. NICE!! Love the flower one. Have a wonderful day ;)

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  5. tellement, tellement beau et simple !!! magnifique travail Rosa
    bises et belle journée...

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  6. Rosa, you're a genius...looking at these pictures is like travelling back in the years. Un bacio grande, Pat

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  7. Superbes tes photos, Rosa!

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  8. They look very pretty and rustic (antique), I couldn't find the right term to describe it. They look like an old photographs belong to a fine galerie :)

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  9. Les deux premières photos sont superbes !
    Très bonne après-midi en ce mercredi,
    Bisous, Doria

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  10. Such classy and elegant photos, Rosa! I love how the b&w effect really makes the texture stand out in the 3rd photo.

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  11. Très sobre et surprenant
    Je te souhaite une belle après midi
    Bise
    Valérie.

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  12. Those are some gorgeous pictures! I am loving black and white food photography! Looking forward to experimenting without colours for B&W Wednesday!

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  13. So classy n beautiful as always!
    USMasala

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  14. Gorgeous! I especially love the apricots. :)

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  15. Lovely take on black and white. Loved the special effects and the fresh ideas.

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  16. It is dark & rainy here today. Love the black & whites, they fit the moody, fun weather :)

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  17. jamais une râpe a légumes e m'a semblée si romantique

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  18. Stunning shots as usual. These clicks are just brilliant :)

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  19. Creative photos!

    Have a great week! ♥

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  20. Your pictures always leave me speechless!

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  21. Hi Rosa...your vintage photos look very unique. Nice

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  22. The editing of the two first pictures really make them unusual and interesting !

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  23. They look almost like antique photos. So gorgeous!

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  24. i wouldn't have known that was an apricot except that i saw your tag. lovely images, rosa!

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  25. gorgeous! absolutely gorgeous clicks!!!

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  26. Both of these textures look awesome in black and white!

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  27. Very interesting black and white with cool effect!

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  28. J'aime bien les effets de texture.

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  29. Beautiful!!!! what lovely pictures Rosa. Specially the grater..... Love it

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  30. simply stunning. love the processing.

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  31. Les photos sont superbes les effets surprenants ... j'adore !

    Bonne soirée

    Muriel

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  32. what lovely pics Rosa!!! gloria

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  33. Pas mal, elles sont surprenantes, comme un rêve!

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  34. Isn't this a great event. I am loving it!

    Gorgeous photos. I thought I liked the plums the most than I saw the grater!

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  35. Love the vintage look and fantastic grater shot.

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  36. Hi Rosa,
    I like your BW editing. awesome!

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  37. Love the post processing. Beautifully done.

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  38. love love love..i saw on facebook you had lost your mojo, wow you couldn't tell!!

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  39. Someone's having fun with textures.;)
    I know they are addictive, so I'm avoiding them! Thanks, Rosa, for sharing your peaches for BWW. All three shots are great.

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  40. the grain is so nifty looking, I love how you make a cheese grater look so special!

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