Ruby Tuesday: Supermercado Poetry Train Revisited


Shoppers come and go
at the supermercado
on Sunday morning.

© 2010 by Magical Mystical Teacher
Photo: El Valle de Antón, Coclé, Panama
For more Ruby Tuesday photos, click here.
For more Monday Poetry Train Revisited, click here.

Posted on November 1, 2010, in my digital photos, my senryu, Panama, Ruby Tuesday. Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.

  1. What a cheerful market — I wish I could write that in Spanish!! Heck, I wish I were there to shop.

  2. Looks much warmer there than here – we have such cool weather! I am trying to imagine what they are saying.

  3. I’d like to browse in there. happy RT!

  4. It looks like a great place to sit in the sunshine while you wait.
    My Ruby Redness

  5. Nice haiku you got sis. I like to grocery before in a super mercado too. 🙂

    My Ruby Tuesday post here

  6. Nice red here at the supermercado.
    Your question is very close: the leaf was caught by a spider thread. It was blowing in the gentle breeze, and I took advantage of the opportunity. No way am I fast enough to catch a leaf mid-fall!
    Thanks for coming by!

  7. Nice picture ! thanks for the comment on my belly dancer !

  8. Cool shot! It seems taken out of a movie.

  9. Love it. My husband, Rafael, lived in Panama for several years. Loved the photo.

  10. This looks like a very relaxed place to shop! And here appears to be warm sunlight! We still are struggling to find our Spring in the showers and chill winds!

  11. I’ve never seen a red supermercado before. It is a good color and good idea. I’d never miss the building. 😉

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