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 Mirrors, Squares, and Self Portrait

This mirror ball was purchased in 1989 for a dramatic presentation. My daughter took it to college years later and has hung it in every place she has lived. You can see it installed in her apt at my website (below). This images shows squares, mirrors, and a self-portrait high abstracted, all colored by her Christmas decorations.

Current Installation

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Shot with a Nikon D7500
Cropped and edited in Photoshop CS

Assignment: We have MADE it creative Framers! We have reached the last challenge of 2018!! It was fun, it was challenging, it was SO difficult sometimes and other times it was a bit magical. We said goodbye to some Framers and welcomed so many new members. We complained and went on photo walks. And week-by-week we took photographs. And now, just before we jump into 2019, it is time to look backward and look through these photo album each and every one of us has created this year. What have you learned? Which challenge should you like to re-shoot? It often happens that we take the inspiration and lessons that we have learned in one challenge and use them in the following weeks. So for this week’s challenge, we are going to do exactly that. We are going to revisit not one, not two BUT three challenges! Look back through the challenges we had this year and decide which three you can combine for this week in ONE photograph. What better way is there to say goodbye to 2018 than looking through the year’s challenges? Remembering the good and the bad weeks, marveling at the amazing work of our fellow photographers and above all, knowing that we did what we love to do: We took photographs.

 


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