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September 21, 2011


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What a wonderful observation that the colors formed the tricolore. ;-) This makes a very nice BW photo.


tricolore vegetariano ^ ___ ^


The colors and textures make a wonderful black and white image. The cauliflower really pops and the little cherry tomatoes look beautiful in the foreground.

Simona Carini

Thanks, Paz. I am glad you like the image.

Sono e saro' sempre italiana ;)

Ciao Lynne. I was pleasantly surprised how well the photo worked in black and white, seeing how the reason for taking it was really color.


Simona, I never thought that a Cauliflower could look so beautiful!!
Viva l'Italia!

Simona Carini

Ciao Brii. I have come to love cauliflower in all its incarnations. It is, indeed, a beautiful vegetable :)


Great capture, Simona, of all those great textures and shapes shot in one frame. Thanks so much, for your beautiful BWW photo.

Simona Carini

I am glad you like the photo, Susan. Come to think about it, I should have asked the farmer about their display, whether they had a reason for placing those vegetables next to each other, or whether it was unplanned.

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