Fresh Eggs Color Study from Mar’s Neighbor’s Hens They look as if they were dyed with food coloring for Easter. They are not. These eggs were a gift to Marlene from her neighbor when the family was visiting in Hardy, Virginia. The variety of colors in the shells was amazing to me. And they tasted delicious. Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSkypePinterestTumblrWhatsAppLike this:Like Loading... October 9, 2012October 9, 2012 by Ruth Categories: PhotographyTags: breakfast, chickens, color study, eggs, farm, food, Hardy VA, kitchen, photography, postaday, travel 12 Comments
These are sooo pretty!! Eve a robin’s egg blue! I think it looks like a painter’s palette for fall!!
I wonder what the chickens had been eating for them to come out that colour.
Mother nature – pretty damn amazing!
Wow! these are so attractive. 🙂
I’ve been buying my eggs this year at the farmers markets and one vendor’s eggs look very much like those that were given to you. It’s a bit of a surprise to open the carton and see so many pastel colors.
18 shades of brown
Gorgeous! I love eggs and these make my mouth water. YUM!
I wonder what makes others light brown, and others darker brown. How did you cook them? 🙂
Different breeds of chickens lay different colors of egg shells.
I love farm eggs. Great photo!
Great photo. Eggsactly what I had in mind for breakfast this morning!
Very pretty colors. 😉
It’s amazing the beauty Ma Nature can (and so often does) provide.