Redbubble posters are a lot like space travel.
In that they're completely brilliant, however unlike space travel they're quite sensibly priced.
They are a handy way to make very dull walls, ceilings and spaceships look infinitely better.
Tack them to your bedroom door, or frame one above the mantlepiece.
They're adaptable, efficient and bold and really it's amazing you've managed to go so long without picking one up.
They are printed on 185gsm semi gloss poster paper and custom cut to three
maximum sizes – A2, A1 & A0. This includes a 5mm white border
to assist in framing.
Challenge winner Food Groups on September, 2009
Featured in "Red Bubble Home Page ":http://www.redbubble.com/ on April 3rd, 2009
Challenge winner Mood & Ambience on April, 2009
Featured in Domestic Art – Home Is Where the Art Is on January, 2009
Featured in JPG Cast-Offs on January, 2009
egg, food, domestic, rural, white
very very very beautiful ! :)
thks a lot. Has been first comment that i have received !!!!
– Luca Renoldi
im honored :)) i still remember my first viewer- Ben from Germany. Welcome on board! muratodentro. susan
I like this shot too. Thanks for the comment
wonderful image.. very unique
Thanks so much,have a great weekend
Lovely pic & contrast
Thanks for your comment
Thank you Amanda
Thank you very much Maria
Amazing composition and perfect capture of light! Congratulations on your challenge win and this homepage feature!
Ho Joanne, thank you very much for your qualified comment. Really appreciate
Excellent … congrats on challenge win. But tell me one thing… how come the eggs became orange ?
Thank you for your comment Rishi. Eggs are orange at the first for the light of the market, but egg shell color is caused by pigment deposition during egg formation in the oviduct and can vary according to species and breed, from the more common white or brown to pink or speckled blue-green. In general, chicken breeds with white ear lobes lay white eggs, whereas chickens with red ear lobes lay brown eggs. Although there is no significant link between shell color and nutritional value, there is often a cultural preference for one color over another. For example, in most regions of the United States, chicken eggs are generally white; while in the northeast of that country and in the United Kingdom, they are generally light-brown. In Brazil and Poland, white chicken eggs are generally regarded as industrial, and brown or reddish ones are preferred.
Thank you very much for your comment.