Wednesday, January 14, 2015

McAlisters Deli ...


...an optical illusion?

21 comments:

boromax said...

Wow. That really IS an optical illusion. I totally thought at first that the lower part of the walls was floor that extended past where the customer is standing... cool.

Lois said...

It appears as though they have room for a long line of customers! We have a McAlisters here and I like their food.

Kay said...

I suppose this was designed to lead the starving to the right target. I admittedly get a little muddled when I've gotten too peckish.

William Kendall said...

I take it that things are rarely that quiet?

Taken For Granted said...

This looks like a fun place to bring friends for lunch. I'll have a reuben sandwich please, or a salami on rye with a dill pickle on the side.

RedPat said...

I like a good deli especially if they have great dill pickles!

Randy said...

Nice looking place.

Sylvia K said...

I'm ready to have lunch there!! When??

Linda said...

Nice place and cool photo, Lowell.

Olivier said...

il est nouveau ? tres graphique

llandudnopictures said...

An invisible line up? ;-)

Bergson said...

I like this shot
I look some times before understand

EG CameraGirl said...

I was expecting a long line of Ontarians to be patiently waiting for service. It looks a bit slow there!

Karl Demetz said...

Beautiful looking place, clean and empty...
Have you sent all the customers in the kitchen, Lowell ? ;-)

Sharon Anck said...

What a great shot. You've made the place look huge! I do love a good deli.

Judy said...

Looks like you didn't have to wait in line for long.

VP said...

Where are all the customers? I am quite sure the place is a good one!

LOLfromPasa said...

That definitely beats 'Subways'.

Birdman said...

Is that pastrami on rye with, saurkraut (sp?)and pickle floating at me? Hope that's NOT an illusion.

cieldequimper said...

I don't know. But I love it!

Aimeecakes said...

Woah that messed with my eyes for a minute

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson