Thursday, 22 October 2009

A l'intérieur d'un supermarché

Inside a city centre supermarket that is being completely refurbished.

23 comments:

Vogon Poet said...

More Close Encounters that a scene from a supermarket. OK, I'm fantasizing too much... but I really believe this. Can almost heart the tunes!

Virginia said...

ROUGE! Mais oui!!!
V

Sharon Van Lieu said...

Another great shot. I love this one also. Well done.

Sharon

James said...

Nice shot. I bet the person in it has no idea that people all over the world are looking at his picture, :)

Bob Crowe said...

A supermarket with an escalator? Unimaginable here - we're too flat, too short. On the other hand, I've seen multi-level supermarkets in many places in Europe, Japan, New York and Chicago.

tapirgal said...

Yes, we just spread out our supermarkets and take up as much space as possible. What a novel idea, to build them UP, not OUT!

akarui said...

Tres bon comme photo et en plus les couleurs sont jolies.
Pour les reflections cela tombe bien car j'ai prevu de poster une serie a partir de vendredi.

Lee Spangler said...

Quite an artistic shot. Ciel, we need to figure out an exchange program. You live in my house for a couple of weeks and Iin yours. How happy I would be!

Per Stromsjo said...

Comfortable and boring, that's how I feel about these mercantile palaces.

Well snapped!

Olivier said...

il y a un coté SF dans cette photo, une arrivée dans un nouveau monde.........la quatrième dimension

Cezar and Léia said...

Cool!ils permettent images à l'intérieur du supermarché, le travail magnifique!
Léia

Catherine said...

Cela fait paraître nos supermarchés sophistiqués.....tu ne trouves pas ? Et pourtant, si on s'approche d'un peu plus près, c'est la jungle.....!!!

Cergie said...

J'aime bien les "supermarchés" comme les galeries lafayettes où on se perd parcequ'on ne sait plus où sont les escalators pour descendre les ascenceurs ou même les toilettes ; celui-ci est assez vintage et, pardonne moi, ressemble du tout au tout à celui du Monoprix d'Epinal (Vosges) ; ce n'est pas une critique, au moins dans ce supermarché on doit trouver à coup sûr tout ce quoi dont on a besoin : en haut, tu vois, je le sais, il y a le rayon épicerie.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

That must be one very large supermarket! I must confess that I prefer to shop for groceries in smaller stores, even if I have to shop in several paces to find what I want or need.

Halcyon said...

I love the colors. The red and gold look so rich.

Clueless in Boston said...

Very eye catching perspective and colors in this photo! I love the deep gold and red colors.

cieldequimper said...

@ Cergie : ben raté, l'épicerie est en bas. En revanche, pour l'enseigne, tu as trouvé !

Stine in Ontario said...

You asked if I know if my feed is working. Ummmm. How do I find out? I know for sure that the Internet is very slow here today and that I keep getting messages that say "Try Again."

I can't believe you have an escalator in your supermarket! It must be a huge store.

cieldequimper said...

@ all: it certainly isn't a large supermarket, nothing like a WalMart! It's just that we don't have so much space in city centres -or elsewhere if we still want a bit of nature- so we build higher!

@ Stine: I don't know :-( it's just that the thumbnails of your blog aren't appearing in my blogger reader...

Natural Moments said...

Up Up and Away to a new place where we all can play.

Its all interesting how the new and old all mesh together with purpose.

Stine in Ontario said...

Thanks, Cieldequimper. Another blogger had this problem when I first started the blog and then It seemed to go away. Hmmm.

BaysideLife said...

Wish we had escalators in our markets here. Going up is a great idea, especially if you get nature to enjoy as a result. Great colors.

JM said...

Love the reds on this one!