Black and White Wednesday #159-The Gallery

Welcome to the gallery for Black and White Wednesday #159. Below is a beautiful collection of images shot by very talented photographers who have a deep love of photographing culinary related images in shades of black and white. Thanks to all who have continued to support this blog event and a big thanks to Susan for creating BWW and to Cinzia who has expertly managed this event since accepting the honor from Susan. Simon will be hosting BWW #160 on April 1. 

From Simona, a still life of white chickpeas and black chickpeas displayed on a linen cloth. From these chickpeas, Simona concocted a deeply flavored chickpea soup garnished with homemade bread cubes toasted to a light golden brown.

Beautiful in black and white is an ornate door to an unused, but still intact granary constructed long ago when Priya’s family owned rice paddies. The granaries remain locked year round and are only opened when needing painting.

A refreshing aperol spritz in view of St. Mark’s Square in Venice comes from Cinzia whose recipe for the spritzer looks awesome. 

Beautiful heads of garlic white against a black background is Sandhya’s contribution to BWW. I love the scattered cloves amidst the heads of garlic.

An art form depicting a collection of inanimate objects fascinates me. This image of pears, flowers, old books and various other items is my contribution to BWW #159. 


Please do not use images or text without my permission. 


  1. Sandhya Hariharan
    March 18, 2015 / 11:14 pm

    What a wonderful array of pictures in this gallery. I loved your image. How thoughtful to capture it.Thank you for visiting my space dear.

  2. Simona Carini
    March 19, 2015 / 5:23 am

    What a nice gallery! Thank you so much for hosting.

  3. Priya Elias
    March 19, 2015 / 5:53 pm

    Beautiful gallery and thank you for hosting, Lynne. And what a beautiful image you have contributed. Just like an oil on canvas. Love everything about it.

  4. Cindystar
    March 24, 2015 / 8:27 pm

    Very very nice gallery, thanks again for hosting, dear Lynne!And what a gorgeous Indian door!

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