Wednesday, June 13, 2012

BLACK AND WHITE WEDNESDAY #37 - COUNTRYSIDE WONDERS

Cows 2 6 bis
- Geneva Cows -

Tea Cake 5 4 bis
- A Taste Of The Past -

Both pictures were submitted to "Black & White Wednesday", an event created by Susan at "The Well-Seasoned Cook". It will be hosted on the 20th of June by Aparna at "My Diverse Kitchen" (click here in order to see who is hosting the next roundup).

50 comments:

  1. breath taking pictures... simply magnificent

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  2. Beautiful pictures, very into a mood. And you made me want to bake a banana bread...

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  3. WOW Rosa!!! These photographs are breath taking. Loved the 2nd picture. The bread looks even more wonderful in B&W

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  4. Cows with horns ! Very rare here to see.
    Liebe Grüsse

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  5. Just love black and white - all is dreamy and stark at the same time. I must say - bread never looked so welcoming.

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  6. The first one looks like my neighbors out on the ranchland! Your coloring here really does set a mood. Great creative clicks!

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  7. Love the bottom photo - truly gorgeous. You're such a good photographer - I really enjoy looking at your work. Thanks.

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  8. je profite du moment...hors du temps !
    belle soirée et bises Rosa !

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  9. Lovely cows on the field :)

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  10. Beautiful - both the cows and the cake.

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  11. Lovely black and white photos as always! I may have seen a Geneva cow while on the train back to the airport from Montreux?

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  12. Always enjoy your black & white images.
    Sam

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  13. I always look forward to the black & white wednesdays!

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  14. Superbes photos, comme à l'habitude, chère Rosa!

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  15. Love the bread pic. The black and white treatment works so perfectly with the subject matter.

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  16. Really like the different shades of b&w in the first photo. It's adding so much depth to the picture. Lovely:)

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  17. Beautiful, you can fell the mood, the smell and the taste

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  18. Those cows look like they're off on an adventure. ;)

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  19. Wonderful photography dear! Love this.

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  20. Really lovely in black and white as well as colour! It's amazing how different they are in B&W!

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  21. Amazing pictures!Bravissima!Have a lovely day,dear Rosa!

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  22. love the picture of the loaf Rosa. Sorry I cant visit you too often. Y=The music on your site sometimes does not allow me to view as often as I would like. Hope you are well and healthy, Tania

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  23. Absolutely breathtaking, Rosa!

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  24. Black and white really does make a difference compared to colour, it makes me focus on different areas and see new things!

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  25. Sometimes I miss living in the countryside. Life is so much easier there. Lovely pictures as usual my friend.

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  26. I want to hang out with those cows eating this cake!!

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  27. Dear Rosa, I think you have to most beautiful and dream inspiring looking pictures.
    I hope all is well. Have a good day dearest. Blessings, Catherine xo

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  28. Hi Rosa,

    You make me want to go for a visit to the countryside. Gorgeous, gorgeous photos!

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  29. J'aime vraiment les deux photos!

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  30. Rosa, the photos rock!


    Velva

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  31. The cow image is wowww amazing, so beautiful! Have a great day Rosa
    Cheers
    Mamat

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  32. Very charming. I have sultanas from a dear UK friend (we cannot get them in U.S.A.). My first cake recipe tanked, but this is a good sub as I scout around.

    As you know, R, I love all your shots, B/W and color.

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  33. Gorgeous photos Rosa! I haven't even started to work on Black and White and it looks so difficult... but I've been enjoying your photos!

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  34. I have to admit I love my raw milk and all things cow but they kind of scare me. They look so curious, delicate and not scary in your picture. & The sepia toned cake is just gorgeous. I wish I could have a bite!

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  35. Thanks for joining us at this week's BWW with your beautiful photographs. Give me the countryside anyday.............

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  36. Jamais trop tard pour admirer tes belles photos. Comme toi, j'adore les vaches, je les trouve extremement photogeniques, en noir et blanc aussi.

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  37. I'm always speechless looking at your outstanding pictures. They are always so divine and professional!
    Cheers,
    ia.

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