October 6, 2010 § 2 Comments
Tagged: flash-lights, In the Dark, looking into mirrors, mystery, Night, reflecting, Windows
I get to use one of my favorite words
the top one particularly
‘provocative’, interesting choice of word –
hadn’t thought of that when I took the photos – makes me interpret the pictures in a new way now (even though I can only apply my own interpretation of ‘provocative’)… reminds me of how meaning is being altered, shifted, constantly negotiated
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