Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Roots


I've been venturing back into the produce aisle again. The new supermarket near our house has fairly thorough lighting that doesn't wreak havoc with the color balance. It also has employees who seem to find it amusing that I take pictures of their wares. Bless them indeed.

Your turn: I'm thinking of turning my addiction into a more formalized newspaper article or column. Do you have any suggestions for a topic, an angle, and/or a headline?

7 comments:

Rachel - Wicked Ink said...

Guessing that 'Veggie Tales' or 'The Fruits of our Labours' have been nixxed?

Consumerism?

kenju said...

"Food for Thought"

surcie said...

Carmi, I swear this photo looks just like a still life painting. I'm trying to remember which artist/era I'm thinking of. . .

Joan said...

You take wonderful photos. Have you had formal training in that aspect, as a journalist, perhaps?

I'm afraid I don't have any original ideas, but I like the ideas posted above.

Karen said...

I was just thinking that it would be fun for kids to guess what your photos were. For instance, if they were very close-up and from that angle, things didn't look so familiar. Kids love guessing.

I agree with Surcie. It does look like a still life.

Happy Tuesday!

Janet said...

I don't know what the angle for your article should be, but I must say I love the smells and textures I see when I walk through the produce aisle. I know, I'm weird.

Shane said...

yeah, some guy was giving me a weird look at the beach today when i was photographing a sea gull. I could see his expression saying to me . . . "Geez, hasn't this idiot seen a seagull before?"