Sunday, March 26, 2006

Take a Guess 3


Blogger micki said...

Last week’s guessing challenge with the basketball was way too easy. So, this week I’m stepping it up a notch. Don’t know if this will become a regular feature or not, we’ll see.

So, what is it? I shot this in black and white. The focus was on the highlight, so that makes things a wee bit more difficult. I’ll try to check in throughout the day to see if I need to offer up any hints or not.

My youngest just woke up and ran into my lap for his morning snuggle. He’s so cute!

Konica Minolta 70 Kodak TMax ISO 100 1/4 f-8 Aperture Mode Sigma 105mm portrait/macro lens yellow filter used during exposure

7:36 AM  
Blogger Ali said...

I would say that is a broken egg shell. I could be wrong though :)

7:41 AM  
Anonymous idreaminred said...

great shot! i love my sigma 105 too. thanks for the comment on my m&m's shot. I'm most likely going to head out to the camera store to raid their used section. hopefully i come out with something good. I'll let u know what i end up with :)

8:10 AM  
Blogger Laurie said...

I know! It's a broken egg still in the carton...Great shot as always.

8:26 AM  
Anonymous kyle said...

I agree with ali , I looked at it at first , and was like "What is this !" then I realized the broken pieces on the side , and the "egg" in the middle :) good job

8:26 AM  
Blogger black feline said...

excellent shot! the texture is brilliant!

8:28 AM  
Blogger wisconsin pics said...

cool peopal see eges like this all the time but it puts a new way to look at eges

9:07 AM  
Anonymous Ashish Sidapara said...

As most of them mentioned, its a broken egg. Nice composition!

9:28 AM  
Anonymous clarence said...

Looks like an egg that has been soft-boiled.

9:39 AM  
Anonymous Suby said...

This is an easy one, brocken egg shell, now reminds me I am hungry :) Good capture. Hey that was way tooo easy :)

9:42 AM  
Blogger Jerry said...

yeap this is a egg. i was used to bake a cake. it's not common men bake a cake at home. especially in japan. i was stranger. but cakes are not really good if you got them at shop, because of too much butter and chemical. i was really serious for tast.

9:52 AM  
Blogger Sandy said...

Mmm...breakfast. I think I'll have mine softboiled this morning.

11:10 AM  
Anonymous bruno said...

nice and funny shot :) love it

11:38 AM  
Blogger Nicola said...

Great close-up shot! The b&w made me wonder at first what this is... Then I realized - eggshell with the yolk still in it. Nice!

11:46 AM  
Blogger Doris said...

Thanks for stopping by and leaving such a nice comment!

Let me tell you I had never done and in flight bird like that, and boy was my Adrenalin pumping! it was so exhilarating! But lets just say I had like 3 keepers our of like 30 or more shots LOL

Love your guessing game!
I to have to Say broken egg shell in carton with egg yolk still in it.

12:13 PM  
Blogger Wolf said...

Interesting photo, its what I usually see when a check my eggs at the grocery store!:)

12:27 PM  
Anonymous Ricardo said...

I have made a composition magnifies, likes in ByN.

12:34 PM  
Blogger 壁虎 said...

It's a broken egg left untouched! Hahaha, very nicely shot!

12:52 PM  
Blogger Sysagent said...

Heh its an egg!

Nice shot for a different angle on things :)

2:31 PM  
Blogger Jasp said...

Must be baking day.

3:13 PM  
Blogger Dia said...

mmmm I think someone broke an egg here..;) Nice B&W in this one :)

5:21 PM  
Blogger Frozenswirl said...

Nice B/w marcro shot of an egg. so whats cooking? ; )

5:44 PM  
Anonymous Matthew Greco said...

the black and white makes it alot harder.

7:28 PM  
Blogger Jill said...

Broken egg in the carton but not sure if that's egg inside.

8:32 PM  
Anonymous outdoorexposure said...

interesting texture and shiny give a nice contrast and detail, great capture

10:08 PM  
Anonymous Roger said...

Great shot but I have to say it's a nice and juicy egg. ummm I love eggs. You can't really mess up eggs no matter how you prepare them.
Good one

10:34 PM  
Blogger M.Niijima said...

I like this macro shot. The comparison between broken egg and curton is
very interesting.
And I want to say thank you for your visiting and leaving the comment to my photoblog.


10:51 PM  
Blogger Dave MacIntyre said...

Where's the bacon? ;o)

Cool shot!

10:52 PM  
Blogger Abe said...

Cracked egg in an egg carton! Very cool B&W. I like it!

10:52 PM  
Anonymous jessica said...

yup. egg/carton. it took a while to get. great shot, and sorry you lost your egg!

11:47 PM  
Anonymous àsìkò said...

interesting shot

1:08 AM  
Anonymous MrC said...

great idea ... for the shot ... & for the guessing game!

real nice blog you've got here - i'm definately gonna become a regular - will explore your archives during my lunch


(& cheers for visiting/commenting at my place!)

1:10 AM  
Anonymous navin harish said...

I have not read the comments and think by now everyone knows what this is. I guess it is a broken egg in the crate.

1:35 AM  
Anonymous Eugen said...

I like your work. Really nice blog you have. Great work! Keep it up.

ps: thank you for your comment

Eugen -

1:36 AM  
Anonymous Paky said...

Good capture. Great b/n.

1:36 AM  
Blogger Monterey John said...

OK, I'll bite, broken egg?

I'm back in circulation again.


1:47 AM  
Anonymous david said... dropped the eggs by any chance? ;)

2:58 AM  
Anonymous Jide Alakija said...

This too is way to easy Micki, maybe because I've seen this many times in my shopping bag. Broken egg, yolk in focus and crate where the egg is sitting. :D

4:02 AM  
Anonymous Fantom Poet said...

What a cool macro composition. As a competitiion its still a little easy ;-) cool photo though

6:48 AM  
Anonymous Dean [Captured4Life] said...

Sunny side up for me please! Great shot, mysteriously composed in b&w, if this was colour it would have been very easy to recognise. Therefore, it makes me think this is also very abstract.

7:34 AM  
Blogger bkphotography said...

Uhm... egg? I agree with Dean; composition and b/w really make for a mysterious, abstract photograph. Congratulations.

5:51 PM  

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