TINY, SEVEN EGGS, AND TREE

 

 

 

 

My dwarf palette – a little bigger than my wallet,
and small enough to fit in my small city purse.
One Word Sunday

 

 

Seven for Makro Tex
My daughter brought me 30 of their farm chicken and duck eggs since she went on vacation for a week. The ones who look white, are a light blue-green – very pretty.
Eggs are  a symbol of promises, and of new things coming. I receive that – You?

 

 

Sunday Tree in our yard
Sunday Tree

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10 Comments Add yours

  1. Debbie Smyth says:

    A very handy palette. Great to be able to carry with you.
    And what a lovely gift of free range eggs

  2. Jackie says:

    I always say I could survive on eggs, tomatoes and bananas!!

  3. becca givens says:

    Lovely collection! Thank you for sharing!

  4. Dan Antion says:

    I like the composition with the eggs – nicely done.

  5. I love the soft pastel colors on the eggs, and your tree, but am dying to know what colors you’ve stocked your tiny palette with?

  6. Sharon says:

    I had no idea eggs came in that many different shades. I thought only brown or white are the choices. I’m not much of a farmer! Nice photo of your egg collection!

  7. jesh stg says:

    My daughter has a family farm and started selling eggs and veggies -and know a whole lot more than I do too – like colors of eggs:):)

  8. jesh stg says:

    Thank you Deborah! It’s the Winsor and Newton Field palette. I’ll have to look it up, because every brand has their own names – give me time – I’m working on and edit of a book, and am immersed (more like drowning) in it for 14 days:):)

  9. Oh! That sounds exciting though.

    I have two W&N field kits. They’re a little different from each other. No need to look it up. Yours is filled with watercolor or oils/acrylics?

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