Wednesday, February 20, 2008

ABC Wednesday - E

(The Wordless Wednesday post is beneath this post.)


E is for Eggshells .......




broken white eggshells in an egg crate



A busy morning of baking used the rest of the eggs in the carton.

I usually buy brown eggs, so upon seeing these white eggshells against the gray, I was enticed to grab a shot.

My family is used to seeing the camera appear at the most odd times, so ignoring their sighs and exasperations, I captured these broken eggshells before they were tossed into the trash.

After viewing the finished image, I think I like the texture of the carton better then the broken eggs!





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33 comments:

  1. I have seen an egg today but this is the first EMPTY EGG shell. Good one.

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  2. I must remember to put a note out for the milkman to deliver another half dozen

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  3. i like your egg picture! i think i get the same sounds from my family when i pull out the camera at strange times ;)

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  4. Apparently whether a hen lays white or brown eggs can be determined by the colour of her 'ear lobes' (!) - the flaps that hang down either side of her head. But there's no difference to the eggs themselves.

    Funny, I'm sure that when I was little there were more white eggs....

    Great photo!

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  5. Nice capture. I find since I have a digital camera I take photos of everything now!

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  6. wow. i love the concept. and i love eggs haha

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  7. I have eaten stuble eggs today! Nice choice for E!!!

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  8. A finally one who has done something with the eggs! Congratulations -
    :-)

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  9. I think they look great together! I considered eggs but couldn't come up with a way to make them seem special. You did that just by showing them broken in the carton!

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  10. Clever .. a lot of eggs, shells and omlets being made today

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  11. Such a simple photo, but so effective.

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  12. Very unique idea for the E theme!

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  13. Yes, maybe, but I think it's the contrast of colour and texture that makes the photo. Nice E.

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  14. I've seen Eggs, but no Eggshell posts yet. I think my family would have me committed if I started taking pictures of everything. I only feel safe with photographers. :P

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  15. Great post on empty eggshells, mine were full and whole

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  16. I should check the abc blogs when I am not hungry!!

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  17. Lots of different takes on eggs today!

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  18. Great textures of the carton and i like the one egg especially with the bit of white pooling in the shell. Perfect post for E.

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  19. I think the gray makes the photo.

    :lol: about your family and your camera

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  20. Hi Kathy, you take so simple photos and turn them into such a nice compositions. I really like this one. Thanks for sharing, Anna :)

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  21. Interesting shot - good textures

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  22. We fidn art whereit is--and it is everywhere.

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  23. Lol, love the shot, ever since I got my new camera I'm taking it with me everywhere, people are starting to wonder about me, for some reason I feel like scrambled eggs, must leave.

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  24. A very good choice for "E". Nice display of the broken shells!

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  25. I was wondering if my family was the only one that sighs when the camera comes out. Thanks for helping me regain my sanity. :D Nice shot, I agree on the carton texture being more appealing than the eggs!

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  26. Great shot Kathy and thanks for reminding me what I need to get at the store later :)

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  27. Eggstraordinary!!!

    Have a Fun Happy Blessed
    Creative Healthy Year!!!

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  28. Hi Kathy - Very interesting shot. Who's your art director?? :-}

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