scenes seen through one artist's eyes
That's one egg-centric fan of Easter. May yours be happy and that of C & P.
Indeed, I thought it was rather eggceptional. C is celebrating Easter in Venice; P & I much more modestly here in the Hills. May the Easter bunny find you and the crew in the hoppiest of moods!
Happy Easter eh g
Got a little choked up there, didja Michael? Happy Eggster to you, too!
Looks like a missile! Happy Easter from Marseille - a fantastic city.....
A missile...heh heh...I bet the recipients' response was pretty bombastic!
I can only imagine the size of the Easter bunny that delivered that thing! Happy Easter, L!
Ha ha...I think his cousin, HUNny Bunny is responsible for the larger deliveries.
I spotted these monstrosities for the first time in Sicily this year. Taller than a 6-year-old and they cost 99 euros. So cute poking through the sunroof, and I love what you've done with the photo!!! (However, even as a chocoholic, my stomach aches just thinking about eating it.) Buona Pasqua!
Buona Pasqua! I used to be fascinated, envious, desirous of having a smaller version of this type of Easter egg when I was a kid but I was never given one. Finally, as a grownup,I bought one for myself. I was rather disappointed with the chocolate--esp. as it was hollow! (well, can you IMAGINE if it was solid???) I think it's more about the wrapping paper and size, than what's inside. But 99 Euros??!! I think I'd choke on it, knowing the price.
Crazy! I reckon there is probably a bottle of Billecart & Salmon there too somewhere...
You're probably right. And perhaps a few diamonds wrapped up inside the egg. Aint your average basket of jelly beans and cellophane, that's for sure. I hope your own Easter went down a treat!