Wednesday, May 30, 2012

BLACK AND WHITE WEDNESDAY #35 - SMALL THINGS, BIG PLEASURE

Quick Butterhorns 5 7 bis
- Irresistible -

Wheat 1 5 bis
- Waiting For The Harvest -

Both pictures were submitted to "Black & White Wednesday", an event created by Susan at "The Well-Seasoned Cook". It will be hosted on the 6th of June by Sihi at "A Wandering Ladle" (click here in order to see who is hosting the next roundup).

49 comments:

  1. Delicious, and beautiful! :-)

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  2. The crackle of the honey pot (?) Is so lovely! Its amazing how taking color away allows you to notice completely different details.

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  3. Lucen deliciosos fotos hermosas me encantan en blanco y negro remembranzas a las fotos antiguas,abrazos hugs,hugs.

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  4. Inspiring shots, Rosa...gorgeous!

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  5. Amazing photos here. They do transport me there! Well done.

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  6. So pretty. Although I love color and love to play with it in photos, black & white is so great. Although I prefer digital to film, I have to admit I miss Tri-X. Anyway, really good job. Like both of them, although the one of wheat is my favorite (I like the tonality, texture, and just the whole look). Thanks for this.

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  7. Small pleasures are great pleasures. There is something about wheat that always draws me in - so basic - ancient and nourishing.

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  8. Tu rends la vie monochrome.. superbe:)

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  9. Superbe! Tu as raison, il n'y a pas de petits plaisirs... Tous sont bons à prendre! Bises...

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  10. what would we cook without flour ?
    Liebe Grüsse

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  11. I love both photos, especially the wheat. Happy B&W Wednesday!

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  12. I adore your B&W Wednesday. Fabulous Photos!

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  13. Rosa la seconde est une merveille ! la nature...
    si pleine de vie !
    Douce nuit et à bientôt...

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  14. Love the harvest photo! Your black and white photos are always so striking!

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  15. Absolutely serene and beautiful! Gorgeous Rosa!

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  16. I always admire your monochrome pics - your eye always sees something different.

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  17. I'm not sure which one I like better! :)

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  18. You have a wonderful eye. You capture the common and make it extraordinary.

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  19. J'adore la lumière sur le blé de la 2 ème photo... Elle est vraiment superbe!

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  20. Pictures of sheer beauty...
    A kiss from Greece,dear!

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  21. I have a friend who has a phrase for life: "A few good things." Words to live by.
    Sam

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  22. I love both of them, especially the wheat shot, it's amazing!
    I didn't know that B&W shots could add such uniqueness and drama to a picture! You always make feel happy with your B&W Wednesdays. Beautiful!
    Gros bisous and have a nice weekend Rosa.
    Cheers
    Mamat

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  23. Interesting to see both colors and black and white with that first photo. Your photo edit skills are amazing as always Rosa!

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  24. when the color disappears, i feel like i notice other things more prominently! very nice, rosa!

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  25. delicious and beautiful Rosa:))

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  26. Wheat has never looked so gorgeous!

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  27. Loveliness! And that first photograph could not be more appropriately named. Delicious!

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  28. Waiting for the harvest!! GREAT click!

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  29. Stunning pictures, as always. I love your black and white shots - full of creativity!

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  30. un petit plaisir + un petit plaisir = un grand plaisir; pareil avec le bonheur n'est ce pas?

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  31. So true! You don't need color to make me drool over that first photo! :)

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  32. Une gourmandise pour les pupilles!!!!

    Bon vendredi ma belle Rosa XX

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  33. Stunning Rosa ~ LOVE the hi def wheat!

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  34. j'aime beaucoup la deuxième photo ! :)

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  35. whenever i travel, i enjoy seeing fields with wheat/maize so much. one of the simple pleasures in life...great clicks

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  36. Both photos are really irresistible, each in its own way...

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