Shelagh's Lens

Category: Window Shopping


Old Montreal

We’re back to window shopping and playing with reflections today, with a visit to Old Montreal. My visit to Montreal earlier this year coincided with a tremendous rainfall, and so I particularly appreciated the colourful images of birds in one…

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Hydrotherapy

Today, we have a marriage of Spain, as seen in the photo from Cap de Formentor, above, and France, below. Followers may know that I like to play with shop windows, and the reflections to be found therein. Below, we…

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Paul

Window shopping can be fun and, as may become increasingly apparent, I enjoy the juxtaposition to be had by capturing what’s inside a shop as well as the external environment as reflected from the window’s glass. When travelling in a…

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Hold that Gift

Here at Holt Renfrew in late April, one shop window featured a fashionable play on the Mother’s Day theme. Retro washer, retro thinking, I thought – even as I was enjoying capturing reflections that blurred the lines between the tongue…

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… And How Would You Feel?

…  if you’d been pulled from your natural environment, shipped off to market and put on display for consumption? Being the mother of a vegan certainly affects one’s perspective but, seriously, how could one not respond to this face?  It…

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Dominoes

Pick a bike, any bike. On a dreary Vancouver day earlier this year, this colourful array of bikes, so neatly arrayed, called to mind a stack of dominoes awaiting a gentle prod to set things in motion. Silly thoughts aside,…

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Temptations

Amid the winding stone streets of Palma, this father and son face tough choices as they gaze through the windows of La Pajarita Bomboneria (The Bow Tie). Along with the adjoining Charcuteria, home to hams, cheeses and condiments, the shop dates…

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Little Copper Dress …

… dresser, that is! Vancouver’s South Granville area is home to a number of interesting shops, and the manager at the business displaying this creative dresser from Judson Beaumont’s Straight Line Designs was incredibly gracious to this window shopper.

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