Saturday, March 27, 2010

un oeuf in not enough

















22 comments:

  1. These are really beautiful! I especially love the first two adn the last one. Gorgeous!

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  2. I love the creative interpretations you've achieved with this egg challenge.

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  3. Beautiful!! Love the shadowing in the first photo, and the egg peaking through the zipper! The light in the fourth photo is amazing, and I love the fragile white egg against the diagonal, rough white wall. And the broken egg in amongst the rest - funny :)

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  4. so incredibly creative....

    well done... ♥

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  5. Ooh! I love the second one and the first wood floor one. Nice!

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  6. very creative...loved the one in the room, all by its lonesome!

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  8. Lovely, I particulary like the second image.

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  9. really...I love them all. great first assignment~

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  10. i really like the minimalist approach you took. the peek of the egg from the half-open zipper is almost a little naughty! how fun. i do love the second one so much -- the texture, blur, and color make for a great abstract portrait.

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  11. Oh, you did a bonus egg post, how cool! Those textures are amazing! And the cracked egg, what a unique perspective to get a peek inside the shell. These are beautiful, too!

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  12. They are all so lovely!The third one is my favourite! Nice to meet you!

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  13. The egg in the zipper is such a neat perspective. The zipper teeth seem like a mouth about to eat that egg.

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  14. i agree.
    love your egg shots.
    your photos always awe me.

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  15. There's so much to look at in both your posts–– I went through them again and again. The edge treatments are divine-- nothing like a few scratches. The zipper is intense-- made me try to figure out what I was looking at. Beautiful light throughout. The spotted eggs are wonderful. #s 2 & 3 in the first post have my heart. Look forward to next time.

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  16. Very inspiring! I am particularly drawn to the second one; gorgeous!
    ==lennie==

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  17. Mags,
    The second one down, very soft focus in burnished gold is a treasure. I smell a Hipsta pic! Beautiful.

    Paul

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  18. they're great...

    number 3's my favourite this time around :)

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  19. sweet. i like numbers 1 and 2 the best, they feel earthy and magical to me. and european! did you use european eggs?

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  20. Wow! You took it to a whole new level. Stunning.

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  21. Ooh! Loving all the eggs on the floor. There is something so wrong about the idea that it makes for tension in the pictures.

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