I'm participating in C&C Photography's Spring Photo workshop, and the assignment this week was to photograph the humble egg. I was supposed to start with a white egg, but I live in the land where "brown eggs are local eggs, and local eggs are fresh," and I had a fridge-full. So I improvised and used a brown egg and a robin's egg that we found in the yard a few years back. So here are my egg shots, indoors and out, in lamplight, early morning light, and gray outdoor light.
Just when I had finished up, along came Phoebe-the-cat and brushed her tail against the little robin's egg, and it broke into pieces. The wind scattered the pieces into the woods, and it was gone. And then there was only one.
These were all taken with my 50mm f1.8 lens. So it would be fun to try some shots with my other lenses. Also, I'll put white eggs on my next grocery list and try the white balance exercise, too.