Heh. Did you see Mama Zen's post this morning or something?(http://thezenofmotherhood.blogspot.com/2009/09/truth-in-advertising.html)Nice choice for sepia! The tone and contrast work really well on this subject.
Some diverse sepia tones and a shine on the garlic! Great shot, Robin! :)
Garlic looks good in sepia! Like the texture of the back wall, too.
That garlic looks fresh, and will enhance any type of cuisine, not just Mediterranean. The garlic we see is a bit um 'aged', and works okay. But the fresh, just looking at these bulbs I can almost smell the freshness of slices and cloves sautéing in olive oil...
Who knew garlic could look so good. Love the shadowing too.
Great photo, Robin. I like the pattern on the wall and the shadows. I am certain all vampires are cringing in fear.
Is that a one-family supply of this gorgeous bulb? That is a delicious photo.
I'm sure it will keep the vampires away--very creative title and picture, I love the garlic rope in sepia.
I just love your post! :)Have a great day Robin!Anna
Oh my mom could have used those up in one cooking session .. she put garlic in everything ...
Yum! That will take us through the winter! I like the title :) Great idea!
Hi!Great photo for Sepia! Great title too! Looks like it could come from Transylvania. Have a great day!Sherrie
LOL! I have three little girls that want to be vampires for Halloween. So this really made me giggle. It is a lovely shot in sepia!If you'd like to stop by my blog I'm at Cake Crumbs.
Who knew garlic could be so lovely? Sepia suits this shot beautifully. Great work!
Garlic!! Yum...and so good for you too. ;-)
I love this one. I think it's the awesome texture, the bulbous garlic in front of that perfect tile wall.
Those vampires will definitely stay clear of that area! :P
That's a very cool shot. I really like it in sepia! Great lines and shadows.
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