Monday, April 06, 2009

The biggest Easter Egg in the city!

phot. by Fio
Funny Easter decoration at the City Museum.
That light building on the left is The Caro Villa, well know by our visitors (I hope!).
The egg is coloured in batik style, popular way of Easter eggs decoration.
Tomorrow we'll show you how to do it with a real one.

17 comments:

Dobrawka said...

Czekam z niecierpliwością na instrukcję wykonania prawdziwego batikowego jaja! Tylko taką dla blondynek poproszę.

PAK said...

No i doczekałem się :)

PS.
A jak to malowano, to na własne oczy widziałem. I jak pani wchodziła na drabinkę też :)

Hilda said...

That is so cute! It looks like my new sundress :D

cieldequimper said...

Very cool!

glduro_marieloupe said...

Wow!! its so much chocolate for a entire year!! :)

Fio said...

@glduro_marieloupe
I'm afraid it's made of plaster...

nobu said...

I like that colourful egg!!

Irina said...

How nice! we have the same tradition to colour eggs. Waiting for another ornament!

Mystical said...

So cute! But now I'm thinking "chocolate chocolate chocolate" and you're responsible! LOL

Marc said...

That's a lot of chocolate!

m_m said...

Hehe:) Świetne:) Podoba mi się:)

Vogon Poet said...

What a beautiful egg of... plaster? No chocolate? I understand, it would be "chomped" within minutes everywhere. Very nice shot!

Fio said...

Of plaster, gypsum, carton... forgive me my ignorance, oops!
But not of chocolate, for sure:(

Lois said...

Very pretty and colorful!

Carrie Hayes said...

What a great egg! I love the colors and style of decoration

Cezar and Léia said...

oh gosh! full of "chocolate"!!!!!
Cute egg!
Nice shot!
Léia

Randy said...

I would hate to be the Easter Bunny and have to carry that egg. Great Shot!

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