B&W Almost Wordless Wednesday: I’m late for an important date

mmm… π

18°C → 20°C
20°C → 200°C

experiments with Irfanview: (please click on images to see larger views and more photos.)


summary: lemon meringue pie; Math Dummies’ π Day entry for Black and White Almost Wordless Wednesday; experimenting with sepia and black & white on colour images (Photos taken on FujiFilm S3100 digital camera. Then using Irfanview, I upped the contrast on the b&w image, then altered the colour by adding 25R, 5G and -5B) Please click on images to see larger views and more photos.

I know; I’m hopeless late for π Day. (These pie photos have been languishing in my photo folder since February of last year.) But I thought it would be in keeping with this year’s weather on this first day of spring. Spring? They call this spring??

It snowed last night. :stomp:




whimper It turns out that I’m also too late to submit this post for this week’s round-up of Black and White Wednesday.




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  • http://www.dana-thedailydose.blogspot.com Dana

    Looks delicious!

  • http://www.msmysterycase.com Mystery Case

    Mmmm looks delicious. I do a banana caramel version of this. The aromas through the house while it is cooking are amazing.

  • http://myniche-myspace.blogspot.com Tanusree

    your black and white photographs look gorgeous and delicious !

  • http://www.cafelynnylu.blogspot.com Lynne

    Oh, Wow! My very favorite pie! Looks incredible!

  • http://thehumptydumptykitchen.blogspot.in/ Priya

    Love those black and white and sepia shots. And the pie looks so very delish!

  • http://thewellseasonedcook.blogspot.com Susan

    Meringue really takes well to B/W. I love the sculptured look.

    Thank you, Elizabeth, for joining in BWW.