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October 08, 2013

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FrancyBurroeZucchero

Fantastica la tua crostata di mele, a colori rende ancor meglio l'idea di quanto buona sia. Complimenti anche per tutte le note e i consigli a fine ricetta, sicuramente molto utili! bacioni, Francy

Susan

And it *is* pretty. Scraping the light over texture for a top-down shot is not easy. Your crostata is three dimensional, Simona, very well sculpted. I'm sure it tasted like a dream. Look at that clean cut, too!

Frank @Memorie di Angelina

Yes, I'll have a slice, please! I'm not big on sweets but this kind of thing really sends me. And I love the way you've made the apple slices wrinkle so beautifully. A true work of art.

Paz

Oh, I wish I tasted some. :-) Love the B&W photo.

Priya

The crostata is so finely detailed in that first click. What a lovely shot! And I would like a slice please ;)

cinzia

Grazie, Simona, per questo bellissimo scatto, mi piace molto anche il piatto di vetro ;-)
Grazie per essere così fedele all'evento :-)
Al prossimo BWW!

Lori Lynn

I think that first shot is my favorite of all the black and white series I have seen to date. Brava! Brava Simona!
LL

Simona Carini

Grazie, Francy. Ammetto di essere soddisfatta sia per la crostata che per le foto.

Thank you, Susan. Sometimes the stars of photography are all aligned and the result matches the plan. We shared it with friends and it was gone before the end of the day.

I wish I could find a way to send you a slice, Frank. I am also not big on sweets, hence my preference for fresh fruit and low-sugar preserves. Also, apples are really amazing.

Thank you, Paz!

Thanks, Priya. I wish I could send you a slice.

Ciao Cinzia. Anche a me piace molto il piatto. C'e' anche il coperchio di metallo. Un acquisto di qualche tempo fa in uno dei miei negozi preferiti. Quando mi vieni a trovare ti ci porto :)

Thank you so much, Lori Lynn, for your kind words. I am so glad you like the photo.

Claudia ~ Food with a View

Such beautiful photos! The crostata looks fragile and rustic at the same time, very lovely.

Simona Carini

Thank you, Claudia, for the kind words. I am glad you liked the photos.

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