4.06.2008

It's This Pattern

Looking up at the ceiling at the Mall Of America, just outside the Macy's store. At the Mall Of America in Bloomington, this is the ceiling you'd see if you looked up outside the anchor store of Macy's. It would also be the southwest corner of the complex.

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3 comments:

oldmanlincoln said...

Malls never quite get "it" right. They are built to accommodate people and shops in an atmosphere that seems safe, bright and relaxing. So many of them come off looking a little better than federal institutions. Are those bars overhead designed to hold-the glass-up-or-keep-the-people-in kind of thing.

They are also warehouses of goods and services that most people don't need or want but the shops are provided to satisfy that compulsion that drives sales -- not need.

I guess what I mean to say is that I have never bought a single item from Victoria's Secret, from catalogs mailed to me and direct mail, so along comes a shop in a mall offering me their goods. I still haven't bought a single item but somebody does buy a lot of stuff from them to keep them afloat.

Regardless of all that, your photograph is very good.

Abraham Lincoln in Brookville, Ohio now playing the part of Mrs. Zac Efron's employee.

Southern Heart said...

Very nice photo...I love the angle.

b.c. said...

love the photo--really nice