Photography 101–Into the Looking Glass

Incorporate glass in today’s image: a window, a mirror, a wine glass, sunglasses, or something else. It doesn’t matter what form the glass takes.

Into the Looking Glass

This is a photo I took of the mirror over my couch which reflects the candle tree on the opposite wall.  I did run this photo through Picmonkey to crop the plain wall and add the black edges.

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This is the candle tree close up.  It works for today’s assignment as the glass candle holders reflect the natural  light from the window.  It is a dull, grey cloudy day here in Pensacola, Florida.

Thanks for visiting today.  I will see you again!

Silver Threading

21 thoughts on “Photography 101–Into the Looking Glass”

      1. I felt the same way. Stayed home today as I got a mix of a cold and jet lag, which knocked me out. After several attempts I took a salad bowl to the roof terrace hoping to get something…

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