Part 3: Shop
I admit it. I love to shop. That said I don’t always buy things. I am more apt to window shop. It’s a visual thing! Of course, depending on the day or mood, outdoor displays or intriguing windows will entice me and in I go. Who knows what treasures await me?
Display is everything. Inside or outside, it’s what grabs us.
Take a peek before you shop. There’s no charge for looking.
There are old things, new things and things on sale.
There are stately emporiums of style or casual displays of local ware all over the world.
Shopping can mean sensory overload. How DO you decide?
The setting is often the start of a great shopping adventure.
I am drawn to food halls and farmers’ markets for their ambiance as well as the discovery of some special food item or ingredient. Sometimes the people are more interesting than the food.
And, at the end of a tiring shopping day, whether I’ve gone “window shopping” or maxed out my credit card, there’s always that special rest stop just down the road for re-fueling and thinking about tomorrow.
Thanks to everyone who sent their “SHOP” photos. Here they are. From around the globe!
Next time – let’s look at STRUCTURES and focus on the “built” or man made, the architecture of a place or culture. What do these spaces say about us? Look at interiors or exteriors, patterns, textures and colors.
Send me your best shots (identify what or where, if possible) by February 6, 2018 as attachments, no larger than 1 MG.
STOP, LOOK, SHOOT!