2016-10-19 a look at leeks

Cutting leeks for a leeks risotto (creamy italian rice dish) and was amazed by the structures of the leeks and the knife.
Kim
Great focus and I love the knife pattern..
posted October 19th, 2016  
Look great the leek and the knife curves in the blade...you.made from a common thing something special!! Fav
posted October 19th, 2016  
wow this is pretty impressive. Excellent focus and color
posted October 19th, 2016  
Love this - fav
posted October 19th, 2016  
Ooh! Nice shot. Love the green and brown combo
posted October 19th, 2016  
Now if we weren't interested, we wouldn't have seen this ! The reflection is amazing and the recipe for this, I have to find!
posted October 19th, 2016  
Very cool!
posted October 19th, 2016  
Very nice
posted October 19th, 2016  
Fantastic patterns!
posted October 19th, 2016  
This is super - love the patterns on the knife . We enjoy leek risotto too - having it rather a lot at the moment ent as we have a good crop of leeks in the garden!
posted October 19th, 2016  
Interesting patterns. Nicely captured
posted October 19th, 2016  
Well done...love the patterns. Fav
posted October 19th, 2016  
Great shot - that's a proper knife, you can tell the quality of the steel by the pattern apparently
posted October 19th, 2016  
Great variety of designs here Fav
posted October 19th, 2016  
Awesome capture....love the patterns in the knife & the leeks
posted October 19th, 2016  
Great close up!
posted October 19th, 2016  
Great food shot
posted October 19th, 2016  
Wow lovely design and patterns, Mona you can turn anything mundane into something beautiful!
posted October 19th, 2016  
Love the knife. Is it a Santoku?
posted October 19th, 2016  
fav, what a cool and fun shot with al those patterns and that luscious green too.
posted October 20th, 2016  
Great details !
posted October 20th, 2016  
Fantastic.
posted October 20th, 2016  
super shot! so simple and brilliant!! fav
posted October 20th, 2016  
Sorry mona the photo is distracting me from the risotto 😀
posted October 20th, 2016  
awesome detail and focus - excellent image Mona
posted October 20th, 2016  
Beautiful. I love the different pattern.
posted October 20th, 2016  
Neat!
posted October 20th, 2016  
beautiful close up
posted October 20th, 2016  
Wonderful!
posted October 20th, 2016  
Very cool!
posted October 20th, 2016  
oh yeah.....
posted October 20th, 2016  
Beautiful image Mona - leeks are very photogenic!
posted October 20th, 2016  
Beautiful patterns
posted October 20th, 2016  
so can i come and live with you, eat your food and learn how to see the world as you do? fav. of course
posted October 20th, 2016  
@moonmtn Thanks, I love this knife too. But no, it is not a Santoku. It is a much smaller but wonderful universal kitchen knife. It is made of ice-cured, Japanese damask steel and has different layers of hard and flexible steel, which are folded in a complex process around a hard V-Gold-10 ("gold" meaning quality) steel core. Already in this size extremely expensive. I could never afford a Santoku of this steel quality. (I would rather buy a new lens for this amount of money. ;-)


posted October 20th, 2016  
@pistache Of course, it would be a pleasure, if you drop in! But as mentioned before, I'm probably better in seeing things and picturing them, than in cooking/baking something that really tastes ok.
posted October 20th, 2016  
Everything about this! FAVORITE!
posted October 20th, 2016  
Great patterns especially on the knife Fav
posted October 20th, 2016  
Such lovely and interesting patters in this shot and I love the shades of green too. Well done and I'm sure your risotto was yummy too. :)
posted October 20th, 2016  
You are so creative in image selection! FAV!
posted October 21st, 2016  
Ooooh! Love leeks and risotto... sounds delish! And this is a beautiful image :)
posted October 23rd, 2016  
Your still life use of light and compositions are excellent. Have just followed having just had a browse through your talented work.
posted October 30th, 2016  
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