I wanted to share pictures of one of our local supermarket so I went in the store a few days ago on a mission. It’s different than the supermarkets in the US as several of the items here are imported. So as we walk through produce we’re able to pick which country we’d prefer to harvest our apples, oranges, lettuce, cucumbers, avocado, and many other fruits and vegetables. In the meat department we can choose weather or not we want corn-fed Irish beef, grass-fed New Zealand’s or Australia’s, or local beef.
My fairy tale blog post came to squealing hault when one of the supermarket’s mangers interrupted me in the middle of a fierce shot to tell me that I was unable to take pictures in the store. I’d, apparently, ignored the “NO PHOTOGRAPHY” sign posted high within the supermarket area (I forgot to mention that the store has a Walmart-type feel so while I could take pictures of the clothes and electronics, I could not do so of the food).
I am disappointed that I was unable to get all of the pictures that I would have liked, but am happy that I managed to get a few shots.