Wednesday, January 8, 2014

BLACK AND WHITE WEDNESDAY #111 - LEFT TO ROT

October Grape
- Lonely Grape On A Vine -

This picture was submitted to "Black & White Wednesday", an event created by Susan at "The Well-Seasoned Cook". It will be hosted on the 8th of January by Lynne at "Cafe Lynnylu" (click here in order to see who is hosting the next roundup).

42 comments:

  1. Even in decaying states..nature can be exquiste.. :)

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  2. A beautiful picture. Happy New Year!

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  3. vineyards are pretty year round :-)

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  4. Du vin de glace?
    Magnifique ... comme toujours!

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  5. Enchanting pic. This time the black and white contrast is neat and the grape is taking over... Love it.

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  6. Really nice composition and tonality. Thanks.

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  7. Absolutely stunning!!
    Cheers,
    Lia.

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  8. Nice shot, Rosa. Happy New Year to you too!

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  9. Oh how I'm looking forward to another year of tantalizing shots, Rosa. You have no idea:) Love this one!

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  10. Sad to see such deliciousness left to rot, but wow, it's beautiful!

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  11. those black grapes are delicious! Here in Portugal we call them american grapes and my parents and I actually go picking them and we eat most of what we pick before we get home LOL

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  12. I love your choice of subject. A poetic image of decay: gorgeous! Happy New Year!

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  13. Very beautiful!
    Have a wonderful day, Rosa.
    Angie

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  14. G'day and STUNNING as always Rosa and thank you for brightening my day! You have THE eye!
    Cheers! Joanne

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  15. The bunch is either rotting or turning into raisins :) Either way, I love it!

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  16. Eiswein oder einfach vergessen ? Jedenfalls schön !

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  17. Beautiful photo in B&W! I would pluck those grapes. :-)

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  18. Have always loved your B&W shots.

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  19. this is a bit dark, in a couple of ways! i like it, though--nice work!

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  20. Elle n'en etait que plus sucree et capiteuse, j'en suis sure.

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  21. Je suis sûre que ces raisins doivent être super:)

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  22. Lovely depth of field in your grape image! Thanks for contributing to BWW#111.

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  23. Another B&W beauty! But also perhaps a little sad....

    Yelena

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  24. A very evocative photo Rosa!!! It speaks volumes...

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  25. I love your black & white shots.
    We have a lot of things rotting here on the cape as it's 7 degrees.
    Everything is frozen. Pretty to photograph, but I just don't have the working hands in this temp. to photograph.

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  26. GORGEOUSLY CAPTIVATING photo Rosa!

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  27. J'adore!! Comme toujours ma belle Rosa XX

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  28. The picture is stunning just like the pictures from rest of your site. Good job!

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  29. such an amazing click...we love viewing your picturesque blog...it is wonderful,thanks for the inspiration :-)

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  30. Magical capture of these lovely grapes! I need to venture back to the vineyards again!

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  31. Sheer beauty!
    Hugs,dear Rosa!

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  32. I can almost smell a good wine there! Perfect! :) ela

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  33. Good shot. I would have tried to increase shadow details in the grape without getting the highlights washed out, but I have no clue about the result, may have reverted to the original after trying. I like the picture, esp depth of field and composition.

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  34. I love to travel with you thru your lens ….

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  35. Beautiful, this looks like a painting!

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