Wednesday, February 20, 2013

BLACK AND WHITE WEDNESDAY #72 - DARK IS BEAUTIFUL

Hazelnuts 1 7 bis
- Precious Hazelnuts -

This picture was submitted to "Black & White Wednesday", an event created by Susan at "The Well-Seasoned Cook". It will be hosted on the 27th of February by Simona at "Briciole" (click here in order to see who is hosting the next roundup).

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I have the pleasure to announce that I have been interviewed by my very good friend, lovely ex-neighbor and talented artist Jessica Brogan! So, if you want to learn a little more about me, then head over to her wonderful blog.

42 comments:

  1. Un tableau ancien ? en tous cas, c'est l'impression donné...j'adore Rosa, bises et belle soirée

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  2. Your black and white shot makes the hazelnuts look even more precious! Happy Black and White Wednesday!

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  3. Dark is beautiful. Love this, Rosa!

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  4. Honestly..so well said..precious..the pottery is gorgeous too Rosa.I love pieces like that~

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  5. Looks like painted....so beautiful...

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  6. Fotos muy lindas me encantan,saludos hugs,hugs.

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  7. Agree :) and yes, beautiful indeed!

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  8. Dark is indeed beautiful. So dreamy looking. Great photo - thanks.

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  9. That's A LOT of hazelnuts. Mmmm, the mind just fills with all the things one can bake with that huge trove.

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  10. Jessica sounds like a wonderful person and I must tell you Rosa, I enjoyed every single word of that interview. You are one creative individual and you have every reason to feel proud of yourself each and every day!!!

    Thank you so much for the inspiring image and that intimate interview too. Louise

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  11. Dark is beautiful! And I especially love the texture in this beautiful photo.

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  12. Dark is very beautiful! I love dark!

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  13. Beautiful pics, Rosa! It was great to see your foto progress from 08 to now. Give me and my pics some hope :)

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  14. Really love this, Rosa, especially the worn, vintage look!

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  15. wooow....absolutely fab shot... darkness have it's own words and beauty...

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  16. Amazing is not enough .. I wish I could take photos like that too:)

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  17. Gorgeous snap!!! Are they hazelnuts or chestnuts?

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  18. Hey Rosa, here's my comments at Jessica's:

    Hi! Hi! :) Came over from Rosa's blog and what an interesting read and discovering :D I am not a good cook and I can't bake :*( but I LOVE Dessert!!!!! My nickname is Chocolate Monster and anything with chocolate is my greatest love and passion.

    So, because I am not a good cook & baker, I enjoyed Rosa's blog because I get to 'eat' it virtually hahahahah......"



    So, we will meet right Rosa??? :D
    PS: Can you give me the village you are staying ?

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  19. The texture on the image is lovely Rosa! Reem from Simply Reem was kind enough to show me how to do that :)

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  20. Hello! I recently just started a youtube Korean food channel, EasyKoreanFood, where you can learn how to make fast & easy Korean food! It would mean the world to me if you could check it out because I'm just starting out! Thanks!

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  21. Rosa, that was a wonderful interview. each day my hunger for ur food grows, oh i really want to eat that walnut ice cream u r incredible:) then the secret pasta sauce is the next one i wanna try. kudos to the picture, stunning as usual

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  22. The smoky filter is so lusty and smokey, it is really intriguing. I wish I could master photo editing. I am a work in progress!

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  23. Such a lively, vibrant & refreshing salad ~ even though the season of "dying" ;)

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  24. ✿✿彡
    Salada surpreendente!
    Bom fim de semana!
    Beijinhos do Brasil
    ¸.•°✿✿彡

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  25. Quel magnifique jeu de textures.

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  26. I like the way the texture of their skin comes out. Thank you so much for your contribution to Black and White Wednesday!

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  27. Love the vintage quality of this one. Really beautiful!

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  28. Hi Rosa! I still haven't figured out how you edit to make photograph like this. You are amazing. Beautiful photos as always!

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  29. I'm a big fan of beets and this salad does look absolutely perfect. I love the little crunch and nuttiness from the addition of hazelnut. And I thoroughly enjoyed Tom Robbins' quote about beets! :)

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