Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
I want your camera!
I want an omelet!
When I saw that first shot, I was thinking legs, rather than eggs. Nice work.
nice series...i like the perspectives and the textures...and now i want an omelet too...smiles.
It puts me in an awed mood to realize that those objects are made inside a bird's body and popped out all nicely and safely prepackaged.It is good to look closely at such everyday miracles, I think.
I don't want your camera, I want your eye for beauty. I love finding a new gorgeous view of the world in your blog. Thank you.
Nice tease, Vicki! And very creative, too! Jim
Really enjoyed these! Are the eggs from your chickens?
that last shot.....terrificWho says grown- ups don't play enough
The eggs are from our chickens -- John had set them there by the sink and my eye was caught by the shadows. Then I had fun cropping,
I wondered what was it was when I saw the first shot... A detail on the skin of a female human body...Very creative post !
This made me too think about how amazing it is that these eggs come out of the chicken so perfect, whole, even, not broken. Never thought about that before. Great shots!
... and texture! Look at those shells... Aren't eggs marvelous miracles?!
Hello VickiLove the pictures! What type of camera do you use? I think, I asked you this once before??BestTracy :)
My camera is a Nikon D90 with an 18-200mm lens. As I've said before, I love it.
Very artistic and enjoyable, thank you Vicki. We all love curves, don't we.
What an imagination!
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