A few weeks ago when I was at the grocery store there appeared to be a new shipment of my favorite sweet fragrance flowers on display. Bouquets of assorted natural and over-dyed colored flowers with sparkles were set into plastic containers. Digitally I wanted to edit the captures of these arrangements. The emotion of seeing these pretty displays and the contours of floral shapes is elevated to another platform for appreciating natures gifts by photo editing. There are twelve numbered images posted below. Which image do you like best and why?
This year upon your arrival at the grocery store, I can guarantee that outside displays will draw you like a magnet towards making that purchase of pumpkins, mums, flowers … and there is no more change left to enjoy. Don’t you just love it.
Solution, strike out the phone and bring it home!
Every pumpkin was shouting out at me to take it home!
Huge boxes filled to the top with pumpkins!
Beautiful mums ranged in color, sizes, adorned with corn husks!
At the floral department you have to gift yourself with a bouquet. It wards off winter blues and I know it gives me a lift.
I can just smell all the sweet flowers.
All I can say is be STRONG!
Everyone goes to the grocery store and loves flowers. I am starting to look at the task of shopping for food as a visit to the library. The grocery store has a specific section that I totally enjoy and investigate upon entering the store. The beautiful flower displays! I think that this is a deliberate move on behalf of management to usher the flowers up to the entrance of the store. Flowers make certain for allot of smiles and shopping. In either way of their marketing schemes, I will take full advantage of my visit to the store and share this experience with fellow flower followers throughout the year. The posts will be series titled, ‘All Season Flower Grocery‘, photos of grocery plants and flowers.
Today, when I approached the grocery store a classic selfie woman arrived at the outside flower department pushing her shopping cart, cell phone in ear. I decided to check out the next display cart of purple flowers and she turned her cart around to disturb my photo shoot. Not only was she abruptly entering my space with that bullying cart but was also having a very loud piercing cell phone conversation. Publicly rude! Regardless of this annoying energy, I was able to capture some space and a few photos for this series start up page. Enjoy!