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Monday, 13 October 2008

Monochrome Monday


Trolley Park.


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27 comments:

Dr.John said...

It took me a Little while to realize what those were.Never heard them called trolleys before. Good picture.

Helena said...

This is a great image. Quite mesmerising.

CalumCarr said...

I think we should be told whose trolleys these are.

Do you shop here?

Secrets, please!

leslie said...

What a great shot! I actually took a couple of shots of the grocery buggies from Safeway for a Saturday Photo Hung - it was for "metal". Come on by! :D

Kate said...

Ooh, neat shot! A sight I see almost everyday, yet this photo gives me a whole different perspective! Trolley's (we call them shopping carts here) as art.

Greyscale Territory said...

Arrrrgh! Those necessary trolleys! They look quite lovely all wired up together giving those erratic wheels a rest! And the black and white highlights the textures of the wires! Great pic!

Aileni said...

It makes a great design and good perspective.

earthlingorgeous said...

This is such a nice shot! I wouldn't have recognized if you didn't mention they were trolleys! Thanks for stopping by my blog :)

CrazyCath said...

I hope they are all super value! Great shot. Perfect for monochrome.

Barbara said...

Oh yes... the perspective is just perfect.
Such ordinary objects can in the end be very interesting ;)

Gypsy at heart said...

Great shot...monochrome is about how I feel about grocery shopping most of the time.

http://wanderingwonderinggypsy.blogspot.com/

Carver said...

That really lends itself to black and white. Great shot.

John said...

Great shot, love the perspective!

JC said...

Very nice! And neat... bet they look way different parked in the lot by customers ;-)

DILLY said...

Hewo Wagonstar! Dilly not need ride in trolly. Dilly go gliiiddddeeeeee.

Daryl said...

We call them 'shopping carts' ... and that is a very clever Mono!

:-Daryl

Rhodri Noyle said...

Great picture! Did Supervalu pay you to post that? ;D

Catherine said...

We're so used to see them. I would have loved to have this idea for Monochrome!
I prefer to watch them all in the park than behind me at the checkout.
Love that unusual, original and 'daily life' shot .

Liz said...

There's a sort of depressing look to that photo, I don't know why. Probably because I seem to spend half my life in the supermarket!!

Lovely reflections.

Nydia said...

You like finding new ways and angles of showing daily stuff, loved it.

Kisses from Nydia.

starnitesky said...

Good angle for an everyday object!

B. Roan said...

It took me a moment to decide what they were, shopping carts! Very nice! BJ

Blue said...

I never knew shopping trolleys could look so interesting!

James Higham said...

Like it very much, particularly the supervalu trolleys.

Jientje said...

It's funny how something so ordinary becomes very interesting in black and white!

babooshka said...

I think it's the Manx fairies as I've
had trouble with the server this end.
Don't you just love how the most mundnae object is the most interesting in mono an en mass, like this. I genuinely would not have thpught of this, and I have a weird mind. Excellent.

Christine H said...

Brilliant photo, excellent in black and white