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Sunday, September 26, 2010

SHOPPING TROLLEYS

12 comments:

Hermes said...

Love the different greens and angles. Great shot.

Lucy Corrander said...

Thanks Hermes.

It reminds me of a circuit board.

Lucy

'Tsuki said...

Encastrés, encollés, encagés...
Le plastique se mêle au métal dans la rage d'une noce de surconsommation qui nous étourdit et nous laisse sans voix...

Merci d'avoir pris ce cliché.

Luis Gomez said...

What an excellent shot. Beautiful and very creative!

Chuck said...

Lucy you have helped me discover my photographic block...I miss the little things like this that make such great shots. Thank you for showing me I should keep my eyes more open and ready.

Sujomi said...

I like the green on your trolleys, much more cheerful than the black-handled carts at our market...and now that you say it, it does look like a circuit board. (reposted my comment because I made a spelling error and that bothered me *sigh*)

Marka said...

I never looked at 'em quite that way.

Lucy Corrander said...

Hello 'Tsuki.

I hadn't seen it as a sign of over-consumption / consumerism but, now you have mentioned it, I realise how it can be seen that way. And these trolleys really are big! It's the same with the bins for food waste in our street. If we ate nothing for seven days and put all our shopping in one bin, we still wouldn't be able to fill it!

Lucy

Lucy Corrander said...

Thank you Luis. I like it that you say this photo is beautiful. Beautiful shopping trolleys!

Lucy

Lucy Corrander said...

Hello Chuck.

I can't decide whether my style arises from something within or what there happens to be without. If I lived near mountains, maybe I would take grander aspects. As it is, I take pictures of what I see in my (ordinary!) daily life - and it enhances it!

Lucy

Lucy Corrander said...

Hello Sujomi.

I hadn't thought of it before - but lots of supermarkets use green here. It could be nothing more than chance and who manufactures them . . . or it could be something psychological - that they think a restful, calm atmosphere will make us dream our way along the aisles and buy more.

Lucy

Lucy Corrander said...

Hello Marka - it's surprising what you see that you wouldn't if it weren't for hanging around outside shops waiting for people to finish their shopping!

Lucy

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