Friday, April 24, 2009

Colorful Decision

Colorful Decision

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She was eying the colors that might go with the purple irises she'd picked out at this flower shop at Pike Place Market. It is such a pleasure to bring home fresh flowers for the weekend from the abundance of offerings throughout the Market. The many flower stalls are a colorful feast for the eyes and easy on the wallet, too. Hey, I recognize those Frye boots from a cycling photo I took a couple years ago :-).

11 comments:

Elizabeth Bradley said...

O, Pike Place Market, home of the first Starbucks! What a feast for the eyes indeed, and the senses. It's a bummer when you are a tourist and you can't buy the flowers because you have no home to take them to. Great shot, and I love those boots!

Ineke said...

That's a great daily shot!

Steffe said...

Great candid. I remember seeing that bike photo.

Kate said...

Can't wait to see all the flowers in our farmers market. I think I live in the wrong climate!

Virginia said...

What a great place Pike Place Market must be. I would soooo love to visit there , with you and Chuck!

Don & Krise said...

Ahhh, my wife and I spent our anniversary in Seattle a few weeks ago. First a couple of hours at the market, then I really made points by taking her to The Crab Pot. I'm sure we'll be back soon.

Shell Sherree said...

Flowers are so photogenic, aren't they! Very pretty, Kim. There's nothing quite like fresh flowers to make home extra-special.

Small City Scenes said...

Wow! What an array of color. Did you go back and check out the boots> MB

cieldequimper said...

I just love the public market, this is such a lovely colourful shot!

Tash said...

Fabulous composition. I feel like I'm right there. Wish I looked as good in a short skirt & boots. Maybe more biking would help.

mrsv83 said...

Beautiful shot - and I zeroed in on the boots immediately. I passed them up at Nordstrom's Rack in SoCal and have been kicking myself ever since. I enjoy flowers and the Pike Place Market but I love shoes.