Saturday, June 11, 2011

Shadow Shots: Cracked

Cracked

I find myself fascinated by the fact that brown eggs are white on the inside, and the effect of light shining through the cracks. Just this one for now, but I'm saving up shells for a photographic eggstravaganza.

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9 comments:

John said...

Beautiful shadow! Please come see my Shadow shots

Ralph said...

We forget that as fragile as we think an eggshell is, it is much stronger than we think – on the outside. The chick that wants to exit the egg is able to break it from within, so the interior is mere protection from the outside. Cracked, the mocha colored shell is a work of art all by itself!

chubskulit said...

Gorgeous.

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EG Wow said...

Oh, now you have ME wondering about the mystery of brown eggs! :)

Sylvia K said...

I think you've got a number of us wondering about the brown eggs!! What a terrific post and a fantastic shadow shot for the day! Hope your weekend is going well!

Sylvia

Daryl said...

I had no idea of course we rarely in fact almost never buy brown eggs and I am not a big egg eater ... but I love that shot and am eggerly awaiting the eggstavaganza

Light Trigger said...

beautiful shadow! very creative photo!

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Rambling Woods said...

Now that is a cool picture...I wonder why I haven't pondered on that yet....

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