notice anything missing? by Richardphotos ()
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I took this the other day. what is missing are people. very few customers if any.(different building) the first building/store of the mall is closing. in all of DFW there is only one store left and it might be closing also.
I posted a picture that I took before of the same mirror ceiling .
my son called me this morning and he may have to stay at the hospital until Monday. of course he is very bored just laying on a bed
Image Comments (17)
JohnnyM () 12:11AM | Sun, 21 February 2021
This photograph is so surreal and imaginative with the mirrors and great POV you captured here! Its sad that when this pandemic is over...the way we do business will forever be structurally changed for everyone! Excellent work! :-)
starship64 () Online Now! 1:21AM | Sun, 21 February 2021
It looks sad without any people. As boring as it might be for your son, I'm glad he's in a place where he's being taken care of.
Koala44 () 4:40AM | Sun, 21 February 2021
Nice picture using the glass ceiling is a very good idea, but seeing an empty store is scary. I didn't know your son was in the hospital, I hope it's not serious and that he will be able to go home soon. Have a good Sunday.
paul_gormley () 4:46AM | Sun, 21 February 2021
very cool shot, I actual like the fact there are no people
eekdog () 11:09AM | Sun, 21 February 2021
sign of the times with the virus. very sad for business. cool shot though .
one company (unnamed) that has been in business since prior to 1920 has been in trouble for a long time. there only 2 left in DFW. now in a matter of days the first building at a local mall will shutter their doors. I think a friend of mine decided that he saw the light and retired. He use to have a hardware business, but it was too hard competing against the big box stores
RodS () 3:41PM | Sun, 21 February 2021
Sad situation - I remember when the big shopping malls were the place to go for a fun day of shopping, dining, or just walking around and admiring all the store displays. Now, they're all but memories.
We have maybe 2 malls left in the Kansas City area. Oak Park on the Kansas side, and Independence Center a few miles from me. And it's pretty much degraded into a hangout for gangs of teenage morons interested in nothing but starting fights. Very sad...
I do like the mirrored POV here.
daggerwilldo () 10:39PM | Wed, 24 February 2021
This Covid-19 thing is hurting so many people in so many ways. I really hope we get it together as a nation and get behind a plan to put this in the rear view mirror. Otherwise, the economy will limp along at best. To many people at risk just will not venture out. We'll become a Amazon / Internet Order based culture.