This is my RegularRandom, where we choose an object or a scene and spend only 5 minutes shooting it. It makes us think about angles and light and composition and moving your body rather than the subject.

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This week, it’s back to sweet treats. It’s easy to see how much I love macro photography. These photos are all within 6 minutes (oops, I cheated). I love being able to get so close and from so many different angles. It was early morning so the light was amazing.

I hope you enjoy.

Happy snapping!

x desleyjane

Posted by:desleyjane

photographer, blogger, planner, scientist, dog lover, frequent flyer, daughter, sister, BFF, human

24 replies on “Five Minutes with Lemon Meringue – RegularRandom

    1. It was a very soft buttery yellow crust. Inside was lemon curd. I probably should have taken a picture after I took a fork to it, but to be honest, it was so good the camera was forgotten πŸ˜€

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  1. You had this for BREAKFAST??? Mind you, I wouldn’t blame you: it looks yummy, and you earned it after getting up early to bake! I especially like the very partial one with the glisten of sugar crystals, and the meringue is browned (and photographed) to perfection.

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    1. LOL no not for breakfast! I had it one night for dessert after an early dinner. Oh and I didn’t bake it. There’s a wonderful bakery near me. So sorry to have deceived you.

      But I DID take the photos. And eat it. LOL again.


    1. Mmmnnnnn lemon meringue. Now
      I want a slice, even though it’s 3am and I can’t sleep. My mum makes hers with philly cream cheese and condensed milk. It’s almost like a baked cheesecake, sooooo goooooood. X

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