Food Without End, Amen

Dashing through the grocery store, I stop and pull out my phone. Call me fickle, but I have a new favourite reflection photo.

Reflection of food in a grocery-store cooler.

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6 Responses to Food Without End, Amen

  1. If you had not pointed out the reflection, I would have been hard put to discern the reality. Amazing!

    • Isabel Gibson says:

      Laurna – I know! I took it and I can see it just because I know it’s there. An interesting angle.

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  3. Alison Uhrbach says:

    Am I blind?? it’s like I think I can see it? but then I’m not sure – tips please

    • Isabel Gibson says:

      Alison – There’s an angled piece of sort of corrugated gray metal that’s actually framing for the mirror. If you look under the juice bottles on the top shelf at the shelf labels, you’ll see a yellow and white one that says $2.49. Right to its left is a similar label, and you can see that the numbers are reversed. On the bottom shelf (in the bottom left of the photograph), the red-topped milk (?) cartons are distorted by the angle of their reflection. In fact, the whole left edge is distorted. Those are the biggest clues as to what you’re looking at – but it’s sure not obvious, to my eye.

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