Nordstrom recently opened a store in town. One of the first in Canada. It’s an upscale shopping experience for both men and woman. A very upscale experience. Unfortunately, there is no bicycle department 😎
These photographs were taken with my iPhone 5C, and have not been edited in any way. I’m joining Lisa from GrayDaysAndCoffee to share smartphone photos each Friday. Please join us and share your favourite photographs.
you’re a photographer now! 😀 how cool is that? 😀
Not really but I do take a lot of photographs. Where have you been? I have missed you.
I’ve been working like crazy, but I’m returning to blogging now 🙂 Sorry for being such a bad blogger and making you miss me, but if it helps – I missed your posts too
LOL 😎I’ll look forward to it.
We don’t have a Nordstrom, but whenever we’re in a place that does, I make a visit! (they have online shopping too…and those rain boots are calling my name!)
LOL 😎I was fascinated with all of the women’s shoes. They filled half of the ground floor.
I’ve bought a “few” pairs there 😳
Hmmmm … they must have set you back a few bucks 😎
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Haven’t you heard of Cycle Chic? Women ride in heels and men ride in suits!
That’s funny. I must say I was fascinated with the women’s shoes. Stylish. Expensive. And plentiful. Nordstrom knows women like their shoes 😎
Great shots – love those mannequins.
Thank you 😎 I was intrigued with both the mannequins and exquisite colours on the floor.
I can see why 😊
I’m back to blogging and I’ve already and again nominated you for a blogging award 😀 Sorry, but your blog always comes to my mind among the first ones 🙂 you can check it out here and feel free to participate or not, whatever you like: http://backtowhatever.com/2016/02/29/one-lovely-blog-award/
I’m flattered (I think) 😎 🚴🏼 Thank you 😘
You’re welcome 😊
I’ve had so much going on that I’ve had to skip a few of my wordpress notification emails but here I am, back in the game, commenting from Paris! 😀
Those photos make me love retail design even more. I love the design of those mannequins!!
Pleased to hear you arrived safely, and “back in the game” 😎 The mannequins and colours fascinated me. Retail has become an art form.
I thought to myself today… Hey, where’s Gary gone? And here I notice you haven’t blogged in almost a month. Hope everything is well 🙂 xx
I’m flattered you would even notice. I’m fine. I’m training hard for a century ride in a few weeks, and for some reason, don’t feel particularly inspired to write. That is unusual for me.
I hope you are well. How is Paris? I envy you. I have always wanted to spend more time in France.
Of course I noticed!
How’s the training going? Sounds challenging!! Then again, you’re constantly on that bike, sounds like you’be got this 😉
I’m okay. Paris is helping with everything and I’m sure the rest will slowly come. Positivism is key but I won’t lie I often have to remind myself of that!!
I’m pleased you did 😎
The training is fine, something I enjoy, and likely do regardless. What can I say. I enjoy being on my bikes.
Glad to hear you are okay. Do you have friends in Paris? Are you meeting people you enjoy and share your interests? Are you still looking for architectural work? I’d hate to think you are giving that up. And, when is that book of yours going to be done? I can’t wait to read it.
Is all well? I’ve missed your posts. I hope you’re taking care and busy with all the movement spring brings. 🙂
Thank you for even noticing. I’m flattered. I’m not certain what is happening. This has never happened before. For some reason, I don’t feel particularly inspired. I’m busy training for the seasons’s first century ride on April 10, spending a lot of time indoors on a spinning bike, and getting outside when I can. That may be the reason. I’m not outside on the bike as much as usual.
I trust you are well. I enjoy your writing very much and suspect I have missed several of your posts recently. I’ll head over to your site now to catch up.
Yes, I’m sure that training–and training in a less inspiring environment–has affected your desire to write. I’m impressed it’s never happened before! That’s pretty hardcore. 🙂 And of course I noticed your absence–I thoroughly enjoy your blog. I hope the training is going well–I look forward to hearing about the outcome. I am well, thank you. And I appreciate you reading my blog; it’s always encouraging when you enjoy someone’s work and the feeling turns out to be mutual. 🙂 Have a great weekend, and happy training!
Yes, Happy Easter, not that I am particularly religious. I enjoy the openness of your blog, and really do want to learn more about your tattoos. I just visited a local tattoo shop to ask a lot of naive questions.
Oh wait–pulled my head out of my ass long enough to read the previous comment/question…