sábado, julio 01, 2006

DP Theme Day: Supermarkets/ Día temático en DP: Supermercados




These are two images of Caprabo, the supermarket just in front of my house. It's a typical spanish supermarket, and belongs to one of the most important supermarket chains of the country. I've decided to show you the contrast between the fresh fruit & vegs section and the tinned ones. Though I prefer the fresh ones, I like the order and colour of the second image, too.

25 DP bloggers are posting supermarket images today . Select a number to visit another one: 1 -2 -3 -4 -5 -6 -7 -8 -9 -10 -11 -12 -13 -14 -15 -16 -17 -18 -19 -20 -21 -22 -24 -25 (Nº 23 is Madrid).

Estas son dos imágenes de Caprabo, el supermercado que hay frente a mi casa. Es un típico supermercado español, perteneciente a una de las cadenas más importantes del país. He decidido mostraros el contraste entre la sección de frutas y verduras frescas y la de conservas. Aunque prefiero a los primeros, me gusta el orden y el color que muestra la segunda imagen.

25 DP bloggers estamos mostrando imágenes de supermercados hoy. Pulsa en estos links para visitar otro: 1 -2 -3 -4 -5 -6 -7 -8 -9 -10 -11 -12 -13 -14 -15 -16 -17 -18 -19 -20 -21 -22 -24 -25 (El nº 23 es Madrid)


PS: By a really stupid mistake, yesterday night I published the sunday post instead of this one. I am very sorry, specially because it was a common theme for today./ Por culpa de un error idiota, anoche publiqué el post del domingo en vez de este. Lo siento mucho, sobre todo al ser un tema común.

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At 1/7/06 20:19, Blogger Carlos said...

Si Caprabo esta bien. Me acuerdo de cuando empezaron por estos lares. Era una cadena pequeñita que lo tenía todo muy ordenadito y limpio, no faltaba de nada y te atendían bien. Siempre han sido un poco carillos, pero vale la pena. Buena elección por el sitio y por elegir las zonas de más colorido para tu foto.

 
At 1/7/06 20:35, Blogger Carmen said...

Carlos, siguen siendo carillos...pero los tengo justo enfrente y supongo que la comodidad tiene un precio. Hay que ver, empezaron de cadena pequeña, y ya están en todas partes.

 
At 1/7/06 21:02, Blogger Denton said...

The lady is wearing capri pants. Like many people I kid the ladies and call them high water pants. I like the second photo with the rows and colors. Is the strip on each jar protection to allow the purchaser to know if it has been opened?

 
At 1/7/06 21:13, Blogger Marie McC said...

Pretty pictures! It never occurred to me that so many pretty photos could be taken inside a supermarket until today.

 
At 1/7/06 21:39, Blogger chris.h. said...

love the fruit on the first pic! (thanks for your very nice comment on my pic)

 
At 1/7/06 22:31, Blogger Jazzy said...

Interesting contrast.
Regards

 
At 1/7/06 23:49, Blogger Carmen said...

>Hey Denton, I use to wear capri pants, too ;)! As for the strip on the jars, you're right, it's to prove the jar hasn't been opened. We use plastic seals too.
>marie & jazzy tuzla, thanks for visiting!
>chris, you're welcome, I like your photos too!

 
At 2/7/06 02:18, Blogger Kala said...

I cant believe you posted for July 2nd already - we have not even posted for the 1st - time difference is very interesting - i like how you have a bilingual post very nice - do you speak any other languages?

 
At 2/7/06 08:19, Anonymous rudygiron said...

Carmen, a mi me gusta más la fotografía de las frutas frescas. Para empezar, me llevas de la mano desde la esquina inferior izquierda, tres líneas diagonales con diferentes texturas y colores hasta el destino final: una mujer y los brazos de otras dos personas. Me das mucho más por mi dinero con esta foto.

 
At 2/7/06 09:15, Blogger Natalie said...

I always shopped at the Dia that was across from me. I miss the bricks of milk, especially leche Asturiana. =)

And are you a Spaniard, because if so your English is remarkable. Your countrymen are not especially known for their foreign language skills. =) That's not to say there aren't those who speak English well; they're just not the norm.

 
At 2/7/06 16:01, Blogger Carmen said...

> Kala, yes there's a great time difference between us... but I have to confess I posted for July 2nd a bit earlier because today I wanted to wake up a bit later! I'm glad you like my bilingual post, I began in English because I wanted to reach as much people worldwide as possible, but then my spanish friends complained, and I decided to do it in Spanish as well. I also speak German, though I don't have much opportunity to practise it.

>Rudygiron, me alegro de que te guste más la de las frutas, la verdad es que a mí también, pero en la variedad está el gusto. Un beso a Guatemala desde aquí!

>Natalie, I also use to buy in Dia (and I buy Asturiana, too :)), but for the photos I thought Caprabo was better, because it looks cleaner and nicer, Dia is a bit messy. Yes, I am 90% spanish(I have some swiss ancestors). I'm glad you like my English. You're right, most spaniards are weak in English, I think that's because until very few years ago foreign languages were not compulsory at school. But we're trying to make up for the lost time!

 

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