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Peppercorns and sea salt crystals, just waiting to be ground onto some fresh food.
They look like little Valentine’s Day chocolates…
I hadn’t thought of that – but yes, they do.
This is a really cool picture! What provoked you to take a picture of it?
I participate in a photographic scavenger hunt, and one of the clues was “opposites,” which inspired this photo.
Very nice shot here – who’d have known that salt and pepper would be quite so photogenic?
This picture would be even prettier with some Himalayan pink salt. I get mine from Sustainable Sourcing https://secure.sustainablesourcing.com. The flavor is so much better than regular salt! Thanks for sharing!!
That sounds like a sure winner, Deb. I don’t use regular salt, myself… it tastes like a chemical factory to me.
Looks interesting like a view in an invisible world. I think it´s a great idea and image build up, perhaps a little more brighter it´s perfect.
Thanks, Ben. Appreciate your comments!
Yummy. I hadn’t tried grinding my own sea salt and cracked pepper until a few years ago but now I’d never go back – the store bought stuff is just NOT the same!!
You have brought them so close no one can actually know what they are.
I love seeing our world through a bug’s eye view. Everything becomes such a big deal. Thank you for helping me see it from that perspective.
I wouldn’t have even known what those were unless I read the caption! I don’t know what that looks like, but it’s neat. Have you done any close-ups of sand? That could be neat, like a seashell on sand, seeing the individual grains and the shell could be cool.
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