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Tarek (LV426) has recently been writing comments using loads of words... bless
So I thought I would upload an image with loads of heads ....
This was the mirror in the bathroom of the place we recently stayed at in London.
Really old so sadly the glasss not in good nick!
An early silly sunday image ... from camera with vignette only
And thankyou Tarek!
Very well observed an taken.
If you want to keep up with Tarek, get your ringtone here:-
no mobile !!!!
Unusual but very good - not sure I would have seen it but you have used your creative side well
That is one very crowded bathroom!!!
So many people I such a small place! terrific shot Barbara
Quote: That is one very crowded bathroom!!!
Very well spotted as a photo opportunity, Barbs Carol
Very cleverly observed composition Barbara.
Not much room to swing a camera lens in there, Barbara
Very well composed.
In answer to your question on my image Barbara - The Arizona Photographic Society EID International Exhibition
What a lorra Barbs here...and Jons, too! Great shot, and certainly a bit different....like it!
"Isn't this voyeurism Barbara?"
well quite Nathan tisk tisk indeed i thought one of Jon would have been enough of a handful to deal with well spotted and taken Barbara
Title, more better arfs and self portraits than you can shake a stick at,
nice 1 barb.
Amazing Caputre Barbara A1--------Milky
brilliant capture barbara really suits mono a cracker nice one
Good eyes! What an amazing image!
Excellent mirror images Barbara.
Brilliant mirror images.Great work
Amazing image! Talk about mirrors!
They say, "2 heads are better than 1", but this travels into infinity!!
Mirror. mirror on the wall and on and on.
Jon makes a very fine model x 30
Wonderful mirror labyrinth Barbara, beautifully taken.
One too many, Barbs? Hic!
Fantastic and great work Barbara,very well done,
Very nice image well taken.
You are so kind girl, and for that I am very grateful.
(My PC keyboard might think otherwise from all that abuse of wearing its keys down by those recent typing sprees.)
I promise you that Iíll keep it hort (Iím knackered tonight, and thatís a pretty good thing).
One word that popped into my mind as I opened up your imageÖ.
No, actually two words Ö
Yea, you read right, I was mentioning that well known legend of cinematography there, Alfred Hitchcock!
His trademark style and ďartĒ is to portrait and make use of strange angles, wired POVís of which the camera was mostly somewhere above like a fly on the wall perspective. Mirrors and windows where used to shock the audience by showing the present buy still hidden threat in its reflections.
It is a stunning and utterly simple technique, but works like a charm!
The reflection of the shiny and ridiculously sharp kitchen knife in the steam covered bathroom mirror, which is unseen to the eyes of the underpaid supporting actor, humming a cheerful little tune to himself while he is very carefully combing his just washed, and slowly showing of grey in his otherwise black middle aged hairline. The whole audience already figured out by now that that poor sod is about to get mulched and is about to die a very bloody, painful and gruesome death when that knife slits into his only just shaven throat. A fountain of red blood sprays all across the bathroom, making sure, as it leeks gallons of its sticky substance, to not miss any wall or surface in that tiny but surprisingly clutter free bathroom,Öand that all for the entertainment of the on watchers in the dark and gloomy cinema.
Oh, just love those moments, do we?
Donít get me wrong here, and please donít try to re-enact that above scene (itís pretty messy and is only my vivid imagination anyway) but your image has this kind of haunting qualities that Alfred Hitchcock mastered so very well. Bless his cotton socks!
Another priceless picture that you uploaded here for us.
I think itís time for bed for me
By the wind of inspiration
I love your creativity here Barbara !! Unusual but very effective !!
A great multi mono image Barbara
Quite brilliant Barbara.
Amazing creative capture Barbara, works well and looks very good in mono. great effect unusual Yes and I like that.
I trust this was the bathroom to your hotel room, Barbara, and not the Gents toilets open to one and all...including female togs?
Quote: I trust this was the bathroom to your hotel room, Barbara, and not the Gents toilets open to one and all...including female togs?
trust Malc, lol. good fun shot Barbara, pleased to give a vote for 60 well done, regards Leon.
I just watched a program on twins up to sextuplets. This could actually be. Great opportunity here and you got it! Great image Barbara......Sandy
Such a great composition
An infinity mirror Barbara . Well taken shot.
A great spot and well captured too
So well thought out- they do it with mirrors!!!
No place sacred when a photographer is in the family.
Jon must have the patience of a saint methinks.
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