Mirror, mirror on the wall (XIX)

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“Mirrors should think longer before they reflect.”

(Jean Cocteau)

– Malin Hellesø, was very kind to propose a new assignment in her blog, My inner landscape. I am there, and many, many more. You can see the wonderful results in http://malinhphotography.wordpress.com/2014/08/30/the-assignment-my-inner-landscape-your-images/

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14 thoughts on “Mirror, mirror on the wall (XIX)

  1. Wow! These three images are so good!! The colors alone are wonderful! And then, all these textures and flashes… yeah, yeah, Rodin, sleep well, because you were right: beauty is everywhere. It sure is in this triptych!

    • …hahahaha… I have a thing for old, dusty and broken mirrors…I see so many things in them, through them…another world…

      …and I have too say, that I was extremely touched by your inner landscape, like a silent movie…so, so beautiful…so, Rodin is happy with you too!!… (…smiling so, so much for you…)

      • Old mirrors are great for sure. And thank you for your comment on my inner landscape; a silent movie is a cool idea!

        I play around with music and noises since my most tender age and consequently, I’m often drenched in sounds to the bones. So, I like the idea of a completely silent movie; for a change.

        In fact, I very, very, very slowly walk towards movie ideas; and although I’m not 100% sure at all that they will materialize someday, that’s something I frequently think about. So, maybe a silent short movie could be a good ice breaker?

        Thank you for all these smiles and have a nice day, Karina.

      • …yes, I have to say that moving pictures are a lot in my mind this days…and yes, why not start with a silent one?…

        Thank you dear Benoît, for your always kind comments!! (…smiling even more for you…)

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