Weekly Photo Challenge: Mirror Question September 2, 2016 by scillagrace Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, I have a question: Reflecting on life and love… Reflecting on family… Reflecting on Nature… Aren’t these all just exercises to help us make sense of our selves? Or perhaps to discover that our selves are happier when senses don’t need to make sense? Mirror Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
I really loved the last picture, it looks amazing…
Thanks! I appreciate your visit & comment!
Beautiful photos, Scilla!
Is it Friday already? I guess I’m not doing frames. Haha. Oh well.
I love your reflection pictures. I haven’t seen the wordpress email yet. Mirrors? Great! I will definitely get mine in. I’m so bad with deadlines though.
You could probably get them both into one – a framed mirror. Fridays are a framework, too. It’s all good! 🙂
Just dropped by – “on accident” as my son used to say! I really like the first and last photos – something to do with the quality and atmosphere of black and white. Really lovely thank you.
Thanks for your visit and comment! Serendipity is a happy accident – I’m glad you liked what you saw. Black and white is a photographic pleasure zone for me, too!
Cheryl, I had to laugh at “on accident.” My mom taught preschool for many years and they would often tell her they did something “on accident.” 🙂
I enjoyed your reflections and especially that last one (from a photographic POV.) Have a wonderful weekend.
Thanks, Janet! Yes, the abstract is a wonderful departure.
Lovely photos.I agree that mirrors help us to make sense. I often wish I’d taken photos in the ‘Hall of Mirrors” at the fairground. They’re absolute nonsense and have me helpless laughing.
It’s fun to have your mind messed with – sometimes!
I love that.. “when senses don’t need to make sense”
A lovely series! It would be hard to pick a favorite–there’s something different tugging at the senses–or the heartstrings–in each one.
Thanks, Naomi! (a personal note – the wedding dress was never used -engagement broken, direction shifted – definitely a tug)
A shift in direction can be a good thing. I hope it was in this case.
Oh, I think it was…and will be. It’s pretty tough right now, though.
Oh, I’m so sorry to hear it. Sending good thoughts her way.
Thanks! Much appreciated.