Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflections
Taken: March 6, 2014
Part 1 of 3
Self-portrait three-part series:
On a cold winter day in Irving, Texas I shivered against the bitter winds, the clouds were a dark dingy mixture of gray, light blue, and simmer of cloudy white. A group of us stood huddled together behind the big cement wall of the garage enjoying a frosty cigarette. I looked up and I caught my reflection. Interesting, I thought. Soothing, I felt on the inside against the backdrop of the old garage. Music off, headphones unplugged, cigarette tossed towards the cold garage floor, phone out in hand, self-portrait selected, and click.
This is the same photo finished from three different perspectives.
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