Wednesday, April 2, 2014

BLACK AND WHITE WEDNESDAY #123 - PRECIOUS

- Fresh Za'atar (Wild Thyme) From Palestine -

This picture was submitted to "Black & White Wednesday", an event created by Susan at "The Well-Seasoned Cook". This week it is hosted by Simona at "Briciole" (click here in order to see who is hosting the next roundup).

33 comments:

  1. So beautiful and detailed. Impressive!!
    Cheers Rosa,
    Lia.

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  2. Beautiful! I have never seen a real wild thyme before.

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  3. really really beautiful Rosa, many times I don't see real wild thyme!

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  4. So jealous! I love zahatar. I smuggled a lot back from Israel but can't find anything close to fresh. I can just imagine how heavenly it must smell.

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  5. Beautiful. I like all that darkness. :) ela

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  6. Oh my, precious and wonderful indeed.

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  7. Lovely highlights and shadows! Such a great contrast range. A+ -- thanks for this.

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  8. I only had Zaatar as a powder, never actually seen it fresh. Beautiful shot.

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  9. Nice submission. Perfect black and white.

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  10. Nice photo...awesome Rosa!
    Hope you are having a great week :D

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  11. Beautiful!
    Thanks for sharing, Rosa.
    Angie

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  12. Absolutely gorgeous, Rosa!

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  13. I've never even seen any..this is a first..
    Lucky me to see it this way:)

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  14. Lovely photo. I had no idea fresh Za'atar was wild thyme. Learn something new everyday :)
    Sam

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  15. Great use of depth of field to give the picture power!

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  16. I didn't know Za'atar was thyme -- good to know!

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  17. Such a lovely photo!
    Many kisses,dear Rosa!

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  18. It was kind of a ritual for our family to have Za'tar tea early morning on weekends. It tasted and smelled so good and refreshing. Your photo is beautiful Rosa!

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  19. je croyais que le zaatar etait un melange de thym et d'autres ingredients, je ne savais pas que c'etait du thym sauvage.

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    1. En fait c'est les deux (thym et condiment)...

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  20. A great black and white photo as usual. The wild thyme looks wonderful on your plate.

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  21. an amazing shot Rosa,it is always great to learn about photography from your wonderful posts,thanks for sharing :-)

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  22. I know nothing about wild thyme. Is it indeed precious? Always love your b & w photos!

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    1. Thank you! Well, it is for me because I can't find it in Europe...

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  23. I had never seen fresh za'atar...

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  24. Very magical, like ready to make a potion -)

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  25. precious in black & white!

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