Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Theme Photo: Lines

Today is Oct 1st, which means it's theme photo day again. This month's theme is lines. So here is a line of shoes on the display window of Paragon Sports Store at Union Square. The weird discoloration on the top left corner is from the reflection on the glass.

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35 comments:

USelaine said...

Hey! Fashion lines! I like the Nike with the white Maryjane strap across, in front. Hmmm.

Harry Makertia said...

You just got a great capture to show your interpretation of today's theme. Love it.

Jilly said...

Wonderful Ming! Lines on the glass, lines that support the shoes, the shoes and that wonderful light. Love this interpretation of today's Theme. Beautiful, simply beautiful photograph.

slinger said...

I'm not hip these days, I don't own any shoes that look like those.

I like the photo, great idea.

Slinger - Daily Photos from the Twin Cities

Hilda said...

Fun! I was wondering what it was in the portal.

I'm looking for a pair of Adidas' ballet flats — can't find it here yet! :)

Ann said...

Like the interpretation, and the purple light.

Nathalie said...

How clever, Ming!
Well done, I love it!
I don't really give a damn about fashion in sports shoes, the cheapest will do.

Keropok Man said...

Great line of shoes!

Happy Theme Day Ming!

Blognote said...

You have great captures of your urban daily life!!

Mo said...

Great interpretation. I like the little pick number in the bottom corner.

alice said...

Have we to understand that you now jog, dear Ming? ;-)
I bought a pair of Nike in this store some years ago and I was very proud of them, nobody has the same in France!

• Eliane • said...

Shoes, of course! Lines of shoes! Excellent! Nicely done. Did you buy any?

Virginia said...

Ming, good job on this one. So much to see. I'm not an athetic shoe junky but it's fun to see what's new. And the reflection doesn't bother me a bit. Hey, it's a window for pete's sake!

Tash said...

Very hip & colorful. lines of laces too.

Changes in the wind said...

You are the best!! Great picture and imagination to display lines...........

Knoxville Girl said...

A line of shoes that are displayed in lines, excellent. Looks like they're levitating skyward. I like the rude hot pink one. Which one would you buy, Ming?

NYD said...

This is one damn fine shot! I like the different "lines " that run through my head when I look at it.

I an gonna have to get off my butt and start taking part in the themes and choo choo train stuff.

Hyde DP said...

a great interpretation of the theme

Anonymous said...

Love the lines! You really captured the line. Great photo Ming.

Doris

babooshka said...

Excellent laterall thinking interpretaion. I'm very impressed with this image.

Kim said...

Ming, I really, really LIKE this! It's such a beautiful image of an everyday sight. Cool choice. Now I've got to run along ;^)
-Kim
Seattle Daily Photo

Barbara Rahal said...

Wow Kicking hard with this one!! Love it!!...mm I also love the White & blue running shoe there up front!! NICE!!

Peter said...

Adidas, Nike... The same shoes lined up all over the world (real or fakes)! Anyhow, you are well LINED up with the subject!

ken mac said...

nice perspective. Sorry about the shoe funk! :)

marley said...

Very good! Did they have any in your size?

John said...

Great image and a great interpretation of the theme.

Mame said...

Good one! How pathetic that I live blocks from this window and haven't seen it lit up like this! Thanks for keeping me up-to-date.

Kitty said...

heh. How great is it how differently people have interpreted this theme? It's neat!

Chuck Pefley said...

Bravo! What a line up :)

Mo said...

Great shot.

tigerfish said...

Nice shot! Love the lines :)

Tanya said...

Such a cool photo!

L.Shaw said...

Cool window display.... and I like that weird reflection.

Just Roaming The Cities said...

I love the shoes. Did you see I posted shoes today? I just love window displays and hope they never go away.

sonia a. mascaro said...

Love the colors, Ming and the reflection too!