Monday, September 23, 2013

On My Kitchen Counter II

as I was getting ready to boil some eggs 
and they were sitting on the kitchen counter in front of the window
I had to snap the reflection of the window on the water surface and on the wet eggs,,,,then I made some
great tasting egg salad.

I am sharing this with Mandarin Orange Monday.


15 comments:

Maggie Latham said...

Hi Cynthia....great shot. Happy Monday to you!

Sylvia Ballerini Jewellery said...

Such rich, vibrant colour and perfection of form to be found in the common surrounds of our lives.

Judy said...

Beautiful, Cynthia! You are so good at seeing art in every day life!

Healing Woman said...

This is rather a good idea for still life photographs and paintings-maybe others as well. Placing water over the surface would give the items that shine so needed for painting. The eggs look great-oranges, apples might also benefit. Thanks for sharing.

Polly Birchall said...

Lovely photograph. It is amzing how many shades there are in these egg shells.

Jane said...

Hi Cynnie. These are the most beautiful eggs I ever saw !

Rod MacGregor said...

Hi Cynthia! This a great shot because it made me think....Why? : Its very yellowy Red (yoke colour) in clear water which I thought was Egg white. I initially thought...that's clever, someone has stamped the date on the yokes!! I look again and realise these are still in their shells in a pan of water!...That's why its good!

Anneke said...

Awesome picture, beautiful reflection. Great you noticed it!

Becca said...

Wow! Beautiful! I've never seen eggs that color before!

Linda R said...

Hello my friend.. Just look at those Eggs. Such a wonderful color. Egg Salad is one of my hubbies favorites. I'll send him right over. Hee Hee..

Hope all is well with you.

Hugs~

lorik said...

This is such a beautiful image - the way it shines and the colour is magical. Thanks for sharing on Mandarin Orange Monday :)

Polly Birchall said...

Oh thank you for looking at my blog!

Dudley Redhead said...

Hi. Thanks for visiting me and your comment.
Go forth and cut, sew, reinvent :)

~*~Patty S said...

Your eggs are gorgeous and your photo captured it perfectly...
at the beach recently I was reminded how everything looks better wet...
we brought home some seashell treasures and they just don't look quite the same ;)
Hope you are well and having a sweet October dear Cynnie ♥
oxo

Cindy D. said...

Wow, it took me a moment to register they were eggs! Lovely photo!

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