i made these a while back and never took pictures. So good. And yes, that is a homemade life in the background of the photo on my blog! I've only started it - I'm saving the rest for when I go on vacation next month. I can't wait.
Wow these buttercups look so tempting. And the picture is just perfect. No words to describe how good it is. Do give some tips on food photography.
Oh How I want to taste a bit of it while I am in the mid of a sugar detox...
HI Lone Acorn - Here are some good tips hereThe only advice I can think of from me, personally - take photos outside :) natural light.Turquoise - sugar detox - good for you! sorry to tempt you, press on! :)
Now that's worth biting into!
Sorry, PIO - I just ate the last one.
ok, i do things like that. drive long distances for good food. that's actually one of my favorite things to do. usually we do a road trip up to san fran in the summer and then spend time driving around for hours going to "the best" froz. yogurt place, "the best" brick oven pizza place, "the best" bakery. soooo worth it. those peanut butter cups look amazing, as do the photos. where are they from? maybe one day i'll make it out there... *
you drove all the way there? without grabbing a bite? now, THAT's dedication.thanks for the linkage, Mae. your pictures are absolutely spectaculartastic, as always.
Your photos are really beautiful. I've looked at your photography site too and it's all amazing!
Wow, you really appreciate the art of the chocolate and peanut butter combination! As a brand ambassador for DOVE Chocolate I have the privilege of talking to people about chocolate all day long. Have you ever tried the DOVE Chocolate peanut butter promises? They are very yummy and a much shorter drive away!Great photography too- it take s real skill to deliver such great 'foodie' pics!Stacy from the DOVE Chocolate teamFollow me on twitter: Dove_chocolate
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