Saturday, November 3, 2007

Meet me at the mall...

Coconut Point Mall, Estero

It's time to get out of our "Blue" funk and release those endorphins!

“When women are depressed, they eat or go shopping. Men invade another country. It's a whole different way of thinking.” ~Elayne Boosler

P.S. Hope you don't need any water ;-)

16 comments:

Lynette said...

Scrolling, I've been scrolling, reading, looking--what a lovely bunch of photos you have here! Thanks.

Jilly said...

Great name for a store! Where is Estero, Isabella? Is that a suburb of Naples, if Naples has suburbs, that is.

Forget the shopping and eating! Since joining the DP family if ever I feel a bit 'blue' I only have to wander about taking photos and I buck up immediately. Is it something to do with creativity? Don't know. But I see the world through a little oblong these days and good it is too.

Am sure a lot of us, probably all of us, find photography so satisfying, we forget any woes we might have. Aren't we lucky?!

oldmanlincoln said...

Amazing photography. I am always awestruck by Florida building colors. I was defunct when I drove along the ocean at West Palm Beach and saw some new houses going in that looked straight out of New England. Not only did they look out of place being two story colonials, the colors were pitiful in white.

Frank said...

I agree, I would most definitely prefer to invade another country than shop.
Of course, I would invade France and while there, shop.

Gwen said...

Nice window photo, Isabella. Looks like it might not rain today (for a change!), with the weather, if its like it is here over there, you're maybe going to be at the pool or the beach instead of the mall :).

Nikon said...

Very nice colors, Isabella. Very Mediterranean, or American South West.

Sonia said...

Beautiful facade and very creative the name for a store!

Just fun that quote!

GMG said...

After an awful week, All you need is... water? Forget it...
Would prefer to stay in the Blue, and Provence sounds a great dining promise! The Raven is no longer there, nevermore... and the petit coin is just around the corner! Great set of posts while I was working... ;))
Have a great weekend!
Gil

JoAnn - NL "My digital eyes" :) said...

Hi Isabella,
great name water no I'am hot, no I am thursty, what would the person who made this name, where thinking of???

Do you know it?
Perhaps inside the store explanes the name?

I oiled an egg and made a photo, I wonder if you like it, look at my blog.. :)

have a great weekend:)

JoAnn:)

isabella said...

Jilly - Bonita Springs (10 miles), Estero (15) and Ft Myers(20) are all neighboring towns, along Tamiami Trail (try pronouncing that ;-))

Glenn Standish said...

What a great name for a shop! Straight to the point! Love it!

Moi said...

i agree. the only way to get me out of funk is to take me shopping.....:)

Peter said...

The shop name makes me wish to go for some water - just as a contradiction! Maybe the neighbour shop?

Ming the Merciless said...

I didn't know GWB was depressed!

And to think if we had know this ahead of time, he could have been medicated and let Dick Cheney run the White House. :-)

Nathalie said...

Everything but water ?
Reminds me of a humorous sign seen at a seaside cafe in Brittany : "Mieux vaut boire ici qu'en face" - better drink here than across the road (where the big ocean swells rolled).

jessica said...

that is a great name.