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such a simple pleasure, the combination of garlic and butter and fresh bread. Always have to battle to leave enough bread to sop out the remaining pasta sauce.

Canon EOS50d
18-200mm lens

194 views as at October 17, 2011
Featured in :
The Weekend Photographer June 2010
Students and Beginners June 2010

Tags

food, bread, pleasure, garlic bread, italian food

Welcome to the world of Hege Nolan. I’m fascinated by the world and everything it contains. There is a focus on food and still lifes here, which sometime surprises me given my past history of portraits! (well, food doesn’t move or pull silly faces)

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  • JanT
    JanTalmost 4 years ago

    Beautiful warmth and light, Hege. Love the shallow depth of field, too!

  • Thanks Jan! now… did it make you hungry??? (sign of a good food shot!)

    – Hege Nolan

  • Lenka
    Lenkaalmost 4 years ago

    Yes, such a simple pleasure, to look at a good photograph :) Nice composition and DOF!

  • and better for the waistline too!
    Thanks for the kind words.

    – Hege Nolan

  • Lenka
    Lenkaalmost 4 years ago

    now… did it make you hungry???
    Ha, it was meant for Jan but as for me, I’ve just had a whole chocolate bar but would take some of that bread with much pleasure anyway :)

  • mission accomplished then!

    – Hege Nolan

  • Clare Colins
    Clare Colinsalmost 4 years ago

    yummo!

  • yep!

    – Hege Nolan

  • Cat2be
    Cat2bealmost 4 years ago

    Congrats on your feature 6 June 2010

  • COOL! Thanks so much Kimba, I really appreciate it.

    – Hege Nolan

  • Andrew Mather
    Andrew Matheralmost 4 years ago

    Yum, that looks like it will be delicious…give me a ring when it’s ready ! The shot really has that foodie photography look and would make a grest image in a rustic food cokbook or something.

  • Thanks so much Andrew, I’m developing a real passion for food photography (food stays still!). It’s really interesting looking at all the ways that food can be portrayed.

    – Hege Nolan

  • Andrew Mather
    Andrew Matheralmost 4 years ago

    Food like that wouldn’t stay still long ! ;-)

  • jeanlphotos
    jeanlphotosalmost 4 years ago

    Congrats on your feature….Well deserved!!!

  • thanks so much!

    – Hege Nolan

  • fourthangel
    fourthangelalmost 4 years ago

  • Thanks Angela and the Students and Benginners group! Loving this feedback!

    – Hege Nolan

  • simoneb
    simonebalmost 4 years ago

    Wonderful still life, can smell the bread from here! Yummo!

  • Thankyou Simone, appreciate the very positive feedback!

    – Hege Nolan

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