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Black and White

Black and White
Asparagus fields forever ;-)
The region around Burgdorf and Celle is one of the biggest asparagus growing areas in Germany.

Zenza Bronica ETRSi
Zenzanon-MC, 1:2.8/50
Fuji Neopan Acros 100@400
Devel: Caffenol-C + 1 ml Adonal, 25.5 min, 20°C, pre-soaked
Negativscan Canoscan 9000F, Vuescan
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Indycaver (Norm), Janet Brien, , Peter Van Der Houwen have particularly liked this photo

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 4,5 x 6,0
4,5 x 6,0 club
Warum wird der Spagel links eher geerntet als der Spagel rechts?
7 years ago.
Detlev M. club
has replied to 4,5 x 6,0 club
Wird er das? Wenn ja, dann ist das doch klar wie schwarze Tinte: Unter dem schwarzen Zeugs ist es wärmer. Angewandte Physik ;-D
7 years ago.
Proxar club
!!! schmeckt dieses Jahr sehr ordentlich :-)
7 years ago.
Detlev M. club
has replied to Proxar club
Yepp :))
7 years ago.
 Peter Van Der Houwen
Peter Van Der Houwen
Very nice perspective!
7 years ago.
 Detlev M.
Detlev M. club
THX, folks!
7 years ago.
 Janet Brien
Janet Brien club
A fine image and wowwwwwwwwwwwwww...you are right, they go on forever!! AMAZING!!! Now you must some back and get pictures of the asparagus growing! :D
7 years ago.
Detlev M. club
has replied to Janet Brien club
Thank you, Janet. To see the asparagus growing is almost impossible ;-) At Easter, we had a visitor from Canada, and she told us, that in Canada and in US they would prefer green asparagus. In Germany we prefer the white one. The difference is in the way it grows: The green one grows on a flat field, so it becomes green when it is in contact with sunlight; for the white one the farmers accumulate soil down the rows, appr. 50 cm high (19.7 inches), and the asparagus grows "in the dark", so it stays white. If a head is looking out of the soil, it is cut with special tools, an asparagus knife and some kind of trowel. See the video on de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asparagus_officinalis to get an idea of how it is done.
7 years ago. Edited 7 years ago.
 Indycaver (Norm)
Indycaver (Norm) club
Cool photo! Love the perspective!
7 years ago.
 foto buff
foto buff
does that mean they want the mounds with black to be warm and the ones with white to be cool.
7 years ago.
Detlev M. club
has replied to foto buff
To be honest - I actually have no idea, Phil ...
7 years ago.

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