Saturday, May 27, 2017

Lowe's (Home Improvement Store)


16 comments:

William Kendall said...

We have these stores up here too.

With any luck, I will never in my life walk into one.

Andy said...

The first Lowe's I saw was in Florida. At that time there were none in Canada. Now there are plenty and doing well. The big failure here was the Target Stores.

Kay said...

This view has become so ubiquitous, though I like whatever technique you've employed.

magiceye said...

Nice work. The high ceiling makes it overwhelming.

Linda said...

Nice photo, Lowell. I have never been in one of these stores, but I have been in Canadian Tire, and they sell many housewares there.

Marleen said...

That´s a huge store by the look of it.

Sharon Anck said...

You've made it look like a work of art instead of the confusing jumble it usually is. At least I find it a confusing jumble. I almost always have to ask for help finding what I'm looking for.

bill burke said...

They are so big that you probably could build a house inside the building. They have everything you need. :)

Halcyon said...

Is your home improved? If not, you should sue for false advertising.

Karl Demetz said...

It looks much more like a storehouse rather than a store.

Laura. M said...

They are very good, Lowell, in them they find everything.
Un abrazo.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Our equivalent is called Bunnings! Everyman's, and some women's favourite store.. not mine .😀😀

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

So. much. stuff. Bill loves these kind of stores (of course) but they make me scream. We often coordinate errands so I take my Kindle along. (I'm glad he loves them, because reading a Kindle doesn't get any home improvements done at all.)

Lois said...

I get a little overwhelmed in that place.

stardust said...

I really like this effect, Lowel. How spacious with various lots of items. I think I won’t get lost in such an orderly display.

Yoko

Gunn said...

That looks huge.
My husband could easily have spent time (and money) in there.
I feel lost in places like this....

I like the artistic style of the image.

"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