Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Black and White Wednesday

 Lemon verbena

I can't believe I haven't posted any recipe the whole week.  Time is just flying faster every week, I wish I could slow it down a little.  It is not that I haven't cooked, I can assure you I have cooked plenty, but somehow I can't find the time to set up the dishes to take pictures, the light is not right ,or I run out of time.  I have a long list of posts ready to go but I need good photos, so stay tuned...

 Sunflower seed macarons

I leave you today with a small selections of past pictures turned b/w on iphoto.  The original photos didn't quite work for one reason or another, but with no colors they turn into something else.

Pecan banana tartlets

I added these pictures to participate to the weekly culinary event Black and White Wednesday started by Susan of The Well-Seasoned Cook. If you would like to participate by submitting a food related picture you can find the instructions found here.

Enjoy!

8 comments:

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

Lovely black & whites!

Cheers,

Rosa

Simona said...

Interesting how a photo may become interesting when you remove the color from it. Very nice selection!

chinmayie @ love food eat said...

Love the first photo :)

lisa is cooking said...

Love the lemon verbena shot, and wishing I grew this herb myself. Next spring, I'm going to have to plant some!

lacaffettierarosa said...

Ciao Laura,
I just found your website through Susan's BWW. I wonder how I managed to miss such a nice blog so far?! I love your tartlet picture.

Have a great day!
Caffettiera

Laura said...

Thank you Rosa!

Simona, I think it is because the colors are not perfect, but the overall shapes are great so in b/w they stand out.

Chinmayie, thanks for visiting!

Lisa, lemon verbena is my favorite herb. I have three plants, not in the ideal spot, they can get quite bushy and they lose the leaves in the winter so they look quite ugly. Have fun with it!

Caffettiera, I miss your blog too, now I will go and check it out. Thanks for the visit!

astrofiammante said...

Molto belle queste foto, sembrano tridimensionali, ciauzzzz

rebecca sweet said...

Wow - your photos are truly stunning, whether black and white or color! And that sesame macaroon looks to die for delicious....

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