Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Project green: Romanian traditional hand painted Easter eggs

The more tired I get, the more I enjoy blogging and playing in photoshop. I have the feeling these activities relax me. Looking so forward for the short holiday coming soon.
This photo gets into Anna's Project Green and belongs to the Village Museum series, was taken on Saturday, during the outdoor Romanian class. The lady painting these eggs will be shown soon too.
Happy Tuesday!
PS: Orthodox Easter next Sunday, April 27th.

13 comments:

  1. When I was a little girl my mother used to paint eggs too, but not in that way. It was something much simpler, but it was nice for Easter anyhow.

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  2. Beautiful photo, Lara! The composition and colors are lovely.

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  3. Those are fantastic Easter eggs ... great colours.

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  4. Very good, a great PG post.

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  5. Beautiful. I enjoyed your looking through photo too. And the cat. I thought my Angel was a master destroyer but I think your kitty has her beat.

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  6. Beautiful work! Are the eggs empty or full?

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  7. Those are amazing! I'm glad if I can get the food dye on without causing any damage. My hat's off to the artists and to you for sharing them with the world. God bless.

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  8. These eggs are hand painted??!! Beautifu work, a real craftsmanship. Happy Eastern Orthadox Easter

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  9. Enjoyed your Project Green. Come check out my green sand pails. I’m still trying to get the sand outta my shorts! :D

    http://anapronaday.blogspot.com/2008/04/tackling-sand-in-my-shorts.html

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  10. Those are really beautiful Ester eggs. The patterns on them are great and colourful. Beautiful photo, indeed!

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  11. I want those eggs! All of them! :)

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  12. Gut über den Focous-Punkt kann man diskutieren. Ich hätte den Focus auf das zweite Ei von links gelegt. Aber wie immer, ist halt Geschmackssache! Aber ... ich würde vorschlagen ... etwas mehr kontrast!
    Lieben Gruß

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