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September 07, 2011


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I think it's awesome that you harvested your own garlic. Very cool! Cool BW photo, too. ;-)


How nice that you can grow your own garlic! I can visualise it in colour - the powdery, sooty, black spots and the parched skin ...


Really love this picture. I wish I could smell your fresh garlic.


è una bellissima foto.......e io mi son presa la libertà di abbellirla un po'.....te la mando per mail, ma comunque secondo me merita di essere postata più grande........diventa più tridimensionale, queste sono solo mie modeste supposizioni ^ ____ ^



You're so lucky to have your own garlic! In the shops there usually is gralic from Chine which is quite tasteless and low-quality. I'm always so happy to get some good garlic from my neighbour. By the way, your photo is really so beautiful!

Simona Carini

Ciao Paz. Indeed, I am pretty excited. And I am planning to plant more for the next season. I am glad you like the photo :)

Ciao Sra. The garlic has light pink streaks that are lost in the color shift. It's nice to see the head coming out of the ground.

Ciao Caffettiera. You smell garlic and earth: it's very pleasant.

Ciao Marta. Hai ragione e ti ringrazio della nota. Ho ingrandito la foto :)

Ciao Catalina and thanks for the kind words. I have seen Chinese garlic here in California as well, though I assume it is the name of the variety (I'll have to check).


Great, great composition. So earthy and sensual. A fine BWW shot, Simona. Thanks so much.

Simona Carini

You are welcome, Susan. I am glad you like it.

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