This is a great example of uoutside the chocolate box. several chocolate shops in my area sell "black and white" chocolates, as well as "hot chocolates"... like a black and white cookie that you se in many delis... Vote from me... guess where I am headed as soon as I can? Voted!
There can't be many bigger chocolate lovers than me, but I've never heard of "Black" chocolate, and these are only dark at best.
Yep. And this is perfectly on-topic and legit, although I also did not think of this approach. Submitter is a trend-setter!
A cat just got posted.
Ok I just wanted to see the reactions but from topic point of view it's perfectly ok, it says black and white not B/W photography. I wonder that nobody has posted a pet/animal with b&w patterns like zebras...
As of this moment this entry serves a great purpose to demonstrate something I learned in Repetition Week... that in a group of like things its a good idea to leave a blank or include one that is in contrast. I'm talking about this in viewing the panel of thumbnails. Its a perfect example of that principle. And I agree that the submitter is having some fun.
This might be "outside the box" but as Haraldo said it's a color photo and not a black and white entry. Obviously, the submitter was trying to have a little fun and not taking the entry seriously.
Interesting how this is the ONLY full-color entry on this theme up to this point. I wonder what that says. Hmmm? Got to hand it to Submitter who's thinking outside the box (of sweets!).
slr....now I know why your comments are always so "sweet." You have a sweet tooth like me! Yes...bring on the chocolate!!
This looks like something slr would do.... he is always pushing the envelop on the rules. LOL Okay.... its me, slr. I'll warn that when I push the envelope I have more often than not come up short on appreciation. But still had a lot of fun thinking outside the box. Now these really look inside the box and I wish the box was being passed around because I don't think there is a piece of chocolate in the house!
Yes...thinking outside the assumed rules. "Black and white" topic doesn't specifically state that the photo has to be black and white. Good for you, submitter...although the black and white sweets are actually brown and white. Oh, and by the way, I'd like a few to munch on please. :)