Inside the Oriental Harvest Chinese supermarket
[Spadina & Dundas, Toronto]
Love your title and this shot....it reminds me of a song by The Clash..."Lost in the Supermarket" I think. The slight tilts gives the illusion of distortion, and with the glaring lights it's got a gritty feel. Great work.
7 Feb 2009 5:13am
Quite a claustrophobic effect you got here... as for the sign... well, an interesting change from "Bread", "Dairy", "Tinned Goods" etc. I suppose.
7 Feb 2009 10:03am
Beautiful perspective...i'm wondering, what's the sign supposed to mean? might be my brain ain't awake yet, but i really can't make any sense (except that this supermarket has a insurrance or personal vendetta section ;) )
7 Feb 2009 11:04am
Maybe if the shoppers go to the end of this aisle they are are sucked into a tube-like eternity....but. then, are they compensated? Seriously, I don't understand the sign either, but I like this B-W photo with its odd perspective. r
7 Feb 2009 12:49pm
Translation: "You break it, you bought it." - Yes?
7 Feb 2009 2:21pm
@JS: Yes, I think so! Doesn't anyone here read Chinese?
7 Feb 2009 3:00pm
Perhaps shoppers feel more at home with this peculiar form of English. Nice shot...
7 Feb 2009 6:16pm
The vortex. best...jerry
7 Feb 2009 9:13pm
dizzying, well done.
8 Feb 2009 4:38am
not sure if is advice or warning, but gotta love it
8 Feb 2009 11:30pm
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