Tuesday, September 16

l'ail et l'oeuf dans la cuisine





14 comments:

Esti said...

what are you cooking? i'm hungry...
:)

corine @ Hidden In France said...

You are making dirty dishes and kitchen scraps look like work of art. How do you do this???

omami said...

so simple and yet so alive!!

amy said...

beautiful kitchen still lives.

corine @ Hidden In France said...

look: I don't know how she did this, but it looks like something you'd play with:
http://400coups.canalblog.com/archives/2008/09/15/10596366.html

Aran said...

wow nadia... you really did take my breath away with that first photo... the light, so vintage. i have to go back and look at it again.

heidi said...

your garlic is beautiful!

avant garde said...

the garlic is gorgeous, i'd like to paint a portrait of the photograph. stunning in it's simple organic-ness.

Bonbon Oiseau said...

a perfect kitchen scene--i love your world nadia that you can make beautiful garlic look so poetic......

The Lil Bee said...

Absolutely beautiful. Hungry for breakfast now.

Mary-Laure said...

Your pictures really reflect the wonderful fragility of egg shells...

thrilled by the thought said...

Ok, I never thought garlic could look so pretty!

Shari@Whisk: a food blog said...

I love these food studies. Beautiful.

Tartelette said...

The first picture is perfect! Great set!