- Irresistibly Sweet And Juicy Fruits That Pop In Your Mouth -
This picture was submitted to "Black & White Wednesday", an event created by Susan at "The Well-Seasoned Cook". It will be hosted on the 3rd of July by Priya at "The Humpty Dumpty Kitchen" (click here in order to see who is hosting the next roundup).
Absolutely gorgeous! You should sell some of these as prints - they are so lovely!ReplyDelete
Little grape tomatoes on the vine..ReplyDelete
One of my great loves in food♥
Well done..comme toujours..
I was wondering if you have ever approached a fine resto in your area to hang canvases of prints like this?
It would be lovely..
Interesting photo...the tomatoes look almost like quail eggs..ReplyDelete
Lovely, almost look like casper eggplant.ReplyDelete
I agree with Heather and Table de Nana... Very dreamy they almost look marble...ReplyDelete
Great tomato picture! Love the stem - so nicely done. Thanks for this.ReplyDelete
Sheer magic ! Awesome transformation ! Red tomatoes turned frosty, vintage-y, lovely :)ReplyDelete
gorgeous!!! what fruits are these?ReplyDelete
At first glance thought they were grapes but realized they were tomatoes.. beautiful click!ReplyDelete
Love the crackled effect! Very moody and dark. ♥ReplyDelete
I think this one's my favorite so far because it's making me crave sweet summer tomatoes.ReplyDelete
That said, I'm willing to bet the next food photo will be my most favorite. Who am I kidding? I embrace them all!
At first I wasn't sure what is it. But these are tomatoes, right?ReplyDelete
I love this in black and white. Love the texture of the photo, too. :-)ReplyDelete
Long time Rosa I didn’t visit you, trying to catch up again :)ReplyDelete
You've a wonderful photography and this is the case, beautiful tomatoes even in black and white!
As always, beautiful images!ReplyDelete
I love the effect of this photo RosaReplyDelete
Angie is right.The tomatoes look like eggs!Beautiful picture as always!ReplyDelete
G'day! Absolutely gorgeous, true!ReplyDelete
I always think photos are more pronounced and expressive in black and white too!
Ho Rosa, j'aimerais savoir donner cet effet craquelé...ReplyDelete
bises et belle journée
Stunning picture Rosa!ReplyDelete
Pretty, little stems! I wish I could grow tomatoes and use them on the vine.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous...almost looks like a negative print(like those in our olden day cameras)ReplyDelete
Hi Rosa, what a unique mood this tomatoes give! Love it :)ReplyDelete
I barely recognised them! Lovely pic Rosa!ReplyDelete
Lovely picture... Tomatoes are always photogenic especially if they are on the vine... These look terrific..I love the antique effect ob the picture too!!ReplyDelete
I don't know why, but i feel surrow and a deep pain within the photograph.....ReplyDelete
Beautiful as always. What is it? I like the effect of the picture.ReplyDelete
Beautiful picture. Summer tomatoes are just so beautiful!ReplyDelete
Wow - lovely, atmospheric shot, thanks Rosa.ReplyDelete
The tomatoes almost look transparent, Rosa. Really interesting photo!ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh! I'm speechless!! Just love the canvas feel of this photo!!ReplyDelete
Fabuleux effet de transparence!ReplyDelete
I have a feeling tomatoes will be seasonably late this year in these parts.ReplyDelete
Your beautiful bounty reminds me of how much I crave them.
Thank you so much for sharing, Rosa...
Absolute gorgeous clouds!!ReplyDelete
Are these cherry tomatoes? Beautiful shot!!ReplyDelete
Tu sais a quoi ca me fait penser? Aux fresques de Pompei. Tu fais vraiment du beau travail.ReplyDelete
Love the antique look Rosa! Very good!ReplyDelete