Lyza By: Lyza

The New Fred Meyer on Interstate on Lombard

Immense. Should really check out "all sizes" for full detail.

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  • Louis Abate 6y

    Whoa. Great shot! Just saw it in a article that came up on Digg. Nice work

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  • Jeremy Domby 6y

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  • Willy Johnson PRO 6y

    so awesome...
  • Assis Supermercado e Comércio 5y

    Por favor, tire mais fotos sobre supermercados. Ficou muito boa!!!
    Aguardo novas imagens de gõndolas e produtos1
  • hello, welcome. PRO 5y

    i love it!!
  • Raphael Rocha da Silva 【ツ】 5y

    Wow! Really nice picture!!! :)
  • henry… PRO 5y

    Great photo - having just a couple of people in it works really well
  • TinyAlice1 PRO 4y

    A picture of abundance. Really an amazing picture.
  • JC_U 4y

  • caliseashel 4y

    Lifehacker used this today on a post, but I think I've seen it before, Maybe they used it twice? Regardless, I love everything about this photo: the color, the composition, and I love Freddie's. Very cool that you can see from this perspective! And I checked your website out while I was at it. It's nice to find cool people!
  • Rue89 PRO 3y

    We're a French news website called Rue89 ( and are about to use this picture (with link and credit) to illustrate a story on our site, observing the Creative Commons conditions mentioned in this page.

    If you do not want us to reproduce your work on our site, just email us webmaster[at]

    Congratulations for this photo.
  • Lake Fred 3y

    This nicely composed photo would make a good Jigsaw puzzle - not just an appealing image, but would also be a challenging puzzle. Please add this photo to Jigsaw Shots
  • Ben Salzberg PRO 3y

    love. second gursky references.. homage a Gursky?
  • Brent Rieck PRO 2y

  • Jeffrey Engel PRO 9mo

    Ben Salzberg If this photo was actually taken by Lyza, then there are a million websites using *Lyza's* photo to represent Andreas Gursky, the famous photographer who shot all these photos.
  • Lyza PRO 9mo

    Jeffrey Engel I assure you, I took this photograph. It's far inferior to the Gursky photo of a similar subject matter. I took it on a Canon 10D several years ago. You can go visit the Fred Meyer store in North Portland, go upstairs, and see the exact viewpoint I saw.

    Unfortunately, some people on the web are mis-identifying this photo as Gursky's. Also unfortunately, it gets used absolutely all the time without permission. Yes, lots of sites use it. It's also been used (legally) in several books. I sold licenses to it because, believe it or not, yes, I took it.

    Here is the Gursky version as sold by Amazon:

    You can see that the composition is similar but with key differences and is clearly not the same place.
  • Jeffrey Engel PRO 9mo

    Hi Lyza, sorry for that. I'm officially a d*****bag. :( I deleted my original comment which was definitely based on my original reaction to feeling like I'd seen the same photo. By my 2nd post I was already wondering if it was possible that everyone else was using your photo to supposedly represent Andreas. I guess I was just mystified at the detail I saw of just a few items on the shelf. Regardless, I hope you accept my apology.
  • Dorsetdunk 9mo

    after reading the recent article over at the mind just boggles at such a crazy story revolving round YOUR image i bet it has kept you very entertained!
  • cade johnson 8mo

    I don't think the Gursky image is in any way better. I can't stand his framing. This image is much more pleasantly framed and less distracting. It took some digging to figure out why this one looked so much better than the other versions I had seen, then I discovered it wasn't him, but you!
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Taken on December 23, 2004
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