I liked this picture from the minute i first downloaded it from my camera. It was clicked in natural light in the morning close to my kitchen door. The light and dark sides are clearly visible and i loved the delicious shade of orange on the carrots, which you will now have to imagine as i chose this for Black and White Wednesday. It looked artistic, even if that thought was only mine.
I had washed the carrots, scraped the skin, sliced off the heads and tails, and sliced them in half vertically so they could pass through the juicer without too much coaxing. They were all prepped and ready to go into the juicer when the food blogger in me woke up and said, don't you want to photograph this? That's how this photo got its place here.
And because i loved the above photo so much, a month later when i was making carrot juice again, i decided to click another pic. This one isn't as tantalizing or aesthetic as the previous one, but can we be a bit forgiving and accept the less glamorous ones as well? And hey, you get to see my juicer.
Awesome picture.Ur blog is simply superb.Happy to follow u dear.ReplyDelete
Nice capture dear.Luv to see the colourful and vibrant carrots in B/W.Luv it.ReplyDelete
Thank you Layaa for following.ReplyDelete
I don't have a juicer. (makes a mental note to buy one asap)ReplyDelete
Lovely pic! You just have the apt words everything
Ok now, you 've been praising me too much. I 'll be floating in the clouds for a week or more now ;)ReplyDelete
wow...love this clik dear..;)ReplyDelete
Thank you Jay, Julie and PriyaReplyDelete
Nice click and a lovely juice. Thanks for your sweet comments and I was in cloud nine today.ReplyDelete
Hey.. The fish tamarind is the local name of kodumpulli/ kokum. Kokum is widely used in kerala for mainly fish recipes..Thanx for the comments too!!ReplyDelete
Great choice to capture in B/W, La. Unpeeled carrots have an excellent, interesting texture. Thanks for your BWW image.ReplyDelete