Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Lost In (III): The Shop




Passageway to the terrace bar on the previous post

33 comments:

brattcat said...

textures, layers, colors. exotic and enticing. you give us an interesting experience with this trio of shots. thank you.

Olivier said...

interieur chic avec ces couleurs délavées

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

A friend who toured our house made a comment upon seeing my wife's closet that she loves a colorful closet. Your photo today shows the origins of colorful closets.

Dorian Susan said...

Such rich hues and patterns. Love this series of shots-beautifully noticed.

Sharon said...

Oh wow, I could have a wonderful time here!

Sylvia K said...

Such colorful pics, JM! Looks like a fun place to shop and such a variety of items! I could enjoy spending some time there!

Sylvia

Lois said...

Interesting place! I like the peacock art.

Carolina Tavares said...

Lindo o local com cores alegres e uma arrumação descontraída. Interessante o fato de dar acesso ao bar, penso que ao passar por ele a pessoa já entra no clima que se propõe. Por aqui também se encontra roupas no estilo indiano e tem seus adeptos. Gosto de tecidos leves, mas não aprecio esta moda, com exceção de uma bata (camisola) ou de um chale, que tem seu charme em cima de um vestido.

Woody said...

The first shot does an excellent job leading your eye down the hall, a very visually interesting photo.

Margaret said...

The peacocks caught my eye. I've done a lot with peacocks in textiles.

Nefertiti said...

magnifique !

Babzy said...

beautiful place :)

joo said...

I would get lost in this shop for sure:)

Rob and Mandy said...

What a cool place! Out of this world.

cieldequimper said...

Lol, now I want the shop as well! :-)

VP said...

This is quite unusual and amazing, no places like this here!

jennyfreckles said...

You can leave me here - I'll join you in the terrace bar soon!

Irina said...

Wonderful color feast. Feels so exotic.

Jacob said...

The colors are amazing, JM! A very intriguing place. It is interesting that in the last shot, the lime green and white "robes" remind me a lot of priestly vestments. But I don't think this is a church, right?
:-)

michelangelo in the kitchen said...

The setting really make this look like an Indian bazar. Nice lighting!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I'd love to visit there! I'm not much of a shopper, but this looks like a terrific sightseeing opportunity, so many beautiful colors and textures. The painting in the post below is hauntingly lovely.

Angela said...

Great shots, beautiful colors, very vibrant. It's amazing how you managed to capture that shop in so suggestive photos.

Randy said...

I'm with Jenny!

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

What an invitation !

Hilda said...

Oh my goodness! My type of clothes! I'd go crazy in this shop!

Glad to see the paintings are of peacocks. In the portal thumbnail, I thought they were cockroaches. :p

Joan Elizabeth said...

Certainly a lot of colour here.

Cezar and Léia said...

Bom dia meu amigo!Fez muitas compras? :)
Que linda passagem, amei as cores das roupas, super cool essas lojas.
Estivemos passeando lá pelas bandas da França, visitando o Vale do Loire, conheces?Imagino que sim!
Visitamos um monte de castelos, até ficar cansada!E também os lindos jardins, mas voltamos eu e o Cezar meio em crise de rinite, alergia do polem, nessa época do ano é um problema.Enfim...referente ao seu post, se eu pudesse fazer um shopping , seria comprar uma daquelas lindissimas bolsas da segunda foto!
Abraços
Léia

PerthDailyPhoto said...

What a fantastically exciting and colourful place to shop JM. I'd like to!!

San said...

Love those colours and the presentation. Amazing.

Kaori said...

So many beautiful colors! I love how they display all the clothes :D

Cildemer said...

Fotos maravilhosas!
"Dépaysement" total e cores fantásticas, sobretudo na segunda e na terceira!

Amin said...

Beautiful!

Gunn said...

What a great place and with so many beautiful clothes!
I could easily spend time and money there.( or should it be "here") Anyway, looks interesting and like Arabia style.