The yolk's on you, Virginia. LOLBut they sure are pretty eggs.
I'm with Dina. Amazing how light can turn a simple scene like this into an image worth savoring. Beautiful.-Kim
Great. Now if they were only in a basket full of straw, it would be like down on my grandparents' farm.
Mmmm...I'm feeling a crepe coming on.
Eeyore, I'm hoping those gorgeous brown eggs will make my readers overlook the styrofoam!!! Brat,Or an omelette avec fromage??Dina,YES~ HAKim,I knew you'd notice the light! :)
Aren't you putting too many of them in one place?
I never have been able to stomach eggs on their own. But I like this picture. They look so perfectly smooth.
Nice composition, the farmers markets are just coming back from the winter.- Mitch
No yokes? Then go for a white omelet! My favorite... lol
How much did you shell out for those?
You're yolking, of course!
So simple and so eye catching image. Great!
I just found your blog and your photos are fantasitc. I too am a former teacher and hobby photographer. Your photos have inspired me.
Margaret,Welcome aboard! Irina,Thanks for stopping by and for your nice comment,I"m happy to see that the California Tourism Board has settled down! HAAAAAAAAHiker,I don't buy, I just shoot! Really sometimes I do buy but I don't like to lug the bags around while I'm shooting. Sometimes by the time I'm done they have sold out. I waiting for 'maters" and butter beans!You yolkers are killing me!
Ova my dead body!
Earl,Get your sunny side up! :)
I ordered sunny side up in upstate New York a few years ago. The waitress said, "We can't make them that way. I can give you over, scrambled, or anything but sunny side up. Health code. You know, Sal Manella, used to play shortstop for the Yankees."
I see you appreciate a good pun as much as my dad and I. Really nice shot here. Also, thanks for the bday wishes! :)
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