Where I share the world I have learnt to appreciate through my camera lens.
Are they raw? Several of them look like cracked boiled eggs.
I'm always amazed how other places set out food items in bulk after I'm used to having them in containers. How interesting to see this many eggs in one container. :)
All these eggs could make a huge omelette !GattinaABC Wednesday Team
Perfect photo for ABC ~ wonderful! (A Creative Harbor)
I seldom see eggs like that color here.EncouragementRose, ABC Wednesday Team
They look neat stored that way!!!! Very easy to slip and break a lot at once.Ann
Beautiful brown eggs! Looks like one of them got smashed.
They look good -- I can't help but feel that brown eggs are better; I know there's no logic, I just feel it.
an eggs-celent postROG, ABC Wednesday team
Awwwww.....I'm feeling bad for the smooshed one in front. LOL I would, huh?Cool photo.
I like your Chinese eggs just as much as my American ones! (And no styrofoam containers.)
These look fresh, not 100-year-old eggs....
I' ve never seen so many eggs . Hopefully they are free range eggs! Thanks for your visit and comment.
That's a lot of eggs all in one basket!!
so simple, so beautiful and i forgot to say how much i love the header photo
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