Left Behind At The Mall As spotted through the blinds of a closed-down man-shop in Shrewsbury’s Darwin Shopping Centre. Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Lost or left behind Share this:PrintTumblrPinterestMoreFacebookTwitterLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
32 thoughts on “Left Behind At The Mall”
It certainly was!
What a great photo and find for this week’s theme. 😀 Thanks Tish for playing 😀
Thanks, Cee. It was a surprise discovery.
Some high streets are feeling a bit bleak. I do hope that the shops manage to recover, later this year.
I certainly don’t think the look in the Darwin Men’s shop will catch on!
That thought was going through my mind when I posted the photo, Emma. – i.e how many shops will have survived. This photo was taken a few years ago, when many of our county town centre shops were struggling.
Let’s really hope for the best!
Great photo, Tish. It’s perfect for the theme.
This is quite eery.
It is weird, I agree.
I love it! Don’t you just love finding something like this?
I certainly do. Malls are usually so dismal, but this find pleased me to bits.
Very cool photo!
It’s rather sci-fi, isn’t it.
Should this not be ”Right behind at the Mall”
🙂 🙂 🙂
I think they’re planning to escape… Their plan may include using cooking oil as a lubricant to fit through a tight space. Cooking oil and clothes don’t go together, I hear.
Well that’s a very intriguing scenario, Dries 🙂
These figures remind me of the work of Anthony Gormley, although his are sculptures not paintings. I think it’s the pose.
You are right, Sarah. These definitely have a Gormley look. Perhaps that’s what caught my eye.
Well, it’s something for shoppers to look at and ponder over. 😉
I thought so 🙂
This is great Tish. I assumed it was a piece of street art at first; your shot/edit is wonderful.
Thanks, Su. The shop had v. strange blinds that were opaque at a distance but more see-through on close up. In other words, it was a happy shot. But very pleasing 🙂
And right behind too! And of course someone beat me to this comment.
Nice to hear from you anyway, Meg 🙂