August 02, 2011

Farm Fresh Eggs

Hello.  Happy Tuesday to you.  Don't you just love food fresh from the farm?  Me too...it seems so healthy and delicious.


Sadly, these little brown beauties aren't farm fresh.  I just thought it sounded much better than saying grocery store fresh eggs.  I'm sure you'd agree.  And really, this post isn't about food or farms...it's more about photos.  I thought I'd join in with the lovely Kim Klassen for Texture Tuesday again today.


Just a few snaps with one of her yummy textures layered on top...serendipity to be exact, in darker color mode in varying degrees of opacity.  That first photo has the most obviously.  I can't quite recall the exact recipe even though I just did it moments ago...sleepy that I am.


Hope you're having a wonderful week thus far.  I just figured out that I have to blog everyday this week.  My one year blog anniversary is coming up and I need to have an even number of posts.  Yes, I'm crazy like that ;)

xo Tricia

63 comments:

  1. Beautiful! I love the smooth eggs with the nubbly sage and the woven linen. And the light is wonderful! Very nice.

    ~Angela~

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  2. lol Im glad you'll be posting every day this week!;) Im just amazed how you can make even eggs look so beautiful...xo Rachel

    French Farmhouse 425

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  3. Those eggs are so beautiful, love the compo with the sage. :)
    Fresh eggs are really delicious, yep! Too bad we do not have chickens anymore.
    Have a happy August.

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  4. I love your compositions and the simplicity of your shots, they work so beautifully.

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  5. Your so funny! You made me laugh several times. Can i just say your photos look amazing! How do you do it?
    Looking forward to every post this week!
    See ya tomorrow! : )
    xo Cheryl

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  6. Your photos are exceptional BEFORE the textures! The eggs look like jewels, and that last photo is just amazing.

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  7. Tricia,

    Your photos never cease to amaze me!!! Love the natural & organic feel to your posts!!! And your linens are absolutely divine! ;)

    Best,
    Jessie

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  8. I love the color of the eggs. The textures so subtle. Just beautiful!

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  9. Adding the textures made it look as if it's a painting!

    Hopping from Texture Tuesdays.

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  10. Perfect arrangement of eggs. I like the smooth eggs with the nubbly sage and the woven linen. Its light is wonderful.

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  11. Lovely post as always. The clarity and definition in your work is truly inspiring!

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  12. Your photographs are wonderful...crisp and clear...love the compositions...the textures are just icing on the cake! :)

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  13. you can even make eggs look lovely.

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  14. i am into "even numbers" too...ha ha ha. love your photos and treatment of them. the shape of an egg is really quite incredible, if you think about it.
    erin
    xxoo

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  15. I have begun gathering our eggs again now that we have 8 chicks and the mommas are done setting.

    Your photography...what is there to say? It is exquisite. Love the detail in the leaves. Stunning.

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  16. The pics are awesome - I'm going to look up Kim, sounds like y'all are having a lot of fun :)

    Hugs,
    Mary

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  17. I love these images -- your composition, lighting, textures are all superb. Eggs at my house don't look nearly as beautiful and elegant, lol!

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  18. Love these, such beautiful composition and use of texturing.

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  19. I can only say wow, and looks great!!!!
    Love,
    Elvira

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  20. You're making me hungry! I love these photos.

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  21. These are beautiful photos and composition!

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  22. Grocery fresh? I love all the compositions. :)

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  23. i love your photography skills...

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  24. Great pics as always!! Love the simple composition...have a sweet day!

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  25. I love your photos Tricia! Have a lovely week! Xoxoxo

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  26. I too love farm fresh eggs. Both for health, but also the little chickens tend to be much happier than commercial laying chickens. I miss my neighbours at our old house, who had fresh eggs to spare =) Beautiful pictures, as usual!

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  27. Oh my, absolutely stunning photography! I just love your work. So funny about your even number of posts! I do that with some things too . . . I have to have the volume of the tv at an even number . . .

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  28. Each one of these is wonderful Tricia! I love the simplicity of the shots.

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  29. beautiful! you really rock at food photography!

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  30. Oh Tricia,
    I love your photos, the textures look amazing!
    Congratulations on coming up on your on year anniversary! Your blog is just fantastic!
    Have a lovely day.
    Sincerely,
    Melinda

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  31. Such wonderful photos. They are a great inspiration. Thank you! Marianne

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  32. I will check back every single day then. I'm always amazed at your use of textures. It's subtle. Mine textures shout at you and give you a headache! Yours are calming and soothing.

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  33. these pictures are fun and fabulous!

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  34. Beautiful photos, Tricia! The textures are just delicious! :-)

    Good for you for getting your stuff accomplished!! I have a farm a few miles down from my house... such a difference with the farm fresh eggs.. so hard to explain.. even when I "cracked" them to scramble it was a nice feel!

    :-)
    Lara

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  35. I love the subtlety of your texture work. Gorgeous!! I always buy the brown organic eggs from the grocery store. Love the look of them and I do feel like I'm eating healthier.

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  36. just a beautiful post as well as such a lovely blog..I have added myself as a follower and added you to my blog roll..I
    will be checking in often...
    xo

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  37. i love eggs :) and your photos are so natural!

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  38. ...great textural contrasts!

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  39. Love your photos... I can truly see all the textures...and those "farm fresh" eggs surely look good! Your blog is lovely; will be back soon for more eye candy! :)

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  40. It never ceases to amaze me that beauty can be found in simple things.
    Blessings~

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  41. Your images are so clean, they have almost a purity about them, so very lovely. My neighbors have 5 hens that are about to start laying eggs, maybe soon I will be able to photograph fresh eggs.

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  42. Only you can make grocery store eggs beautiful. :) I love the photos, they are so fresh and so very pretty. I also LOVE what you are doing with your last post, your home looks gorgeous with the natural touches.
    Enjoy your week!!
    xoxo

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  43. the photography is just divine.
    i mean JUST. DIVINE.

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  44. Nothing prettier than fresh farm eggs!! Lovely photos too!

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  45. Love your beautiful photos! Love the "farm fresh eggs", too. :)
    Thank you for your sweet comments on my blog!

    ~Shanon

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  46. ...ok
    right about now i'm thinking
    that there is not much out there, that YOU can't make look lovely!!
    you need to work for a fabulous magazine:)
    xo, Rosemary

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  47. Amazing, amazing, amazing! Your pictures always leave me drooling, so yummy. (pun intended)

    But really, I'm so glad I found TT if nothing else for all the gorgeous eye candy I get to see, like yours. Thank you.

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  48. You should seriously consider a career in photography, Tricia! They're always so beautiful! We've been eating alot of fresh farm eggs lately. Too hot to eat anything else. Yummy bacon/cheese omelets! :)

    xoxo laurie

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  49. Even if they aren't "farm fresh" they are made beautiful with you photo and editing. very nice work.

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  50. Love the lighting! So soft & soothing!

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  51. Beautiful, a wonderful combination of colours and textures and gorgeous styling!

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  52. Tricia, these photos are really beautiful...the closeup of the sage is remarkable!

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  53. I just stumbled across your blog. Beautiful photos!
    Who knew eggs could be so pretty! :-)

    Cheers! Reese

    http://rambleswithreese.etsy.com
    http://rambleswithreese.blogspot.com

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  54. Great photography! love the simplicity of them....magazine quality i should say---keep it up!

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  55. what great photos. the texture of the sage is robust, but when you tear the leaf, drop it in a cup and pour boiling water over it, the gentle taste and fragrance is so lovely. Apparently a good inner cleanser. Jx

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  56. Love these, love the first photo, I would put it in my kitchen. PS. you made me laugh when you said "they weren't farm fresh"..Love that.

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  57. mmmm..... eggs. while I don't particulary like the taste of eggs for eggs sake (I'm not a fan of sunny side, over ez, fried, poached, deviled, coddled, or scrambled), I adore their shape. so perfect, so simple. Check out my blog posting on eggs. (oh, and feel free to follow)

    http://puddingandlace.blogspot.com/2010/08/get-crackin.html

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  58. oh, and here is another great egg picture . . .loving the egg shape today

    http://puddingandlace.blogspot.com/2010/09/california-dreamin.html

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  59. Beautiful photos! And of course the linens are gorgeous!

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  60. Don't you just love the texture and feel of sage? These are wonderful, Tricia!

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