Broken Window and Snowbank
Shadows and Reflections
- are tricks of the light
Reflections show us objects in places where we know they are not. Reflections are images produced by light bouncing back to us from a surface which does not absorb that light. Here, the outer pane of plexiglass is broken, but the inner plateglass is still intact - notice the difference between the reflections on the left and the reflections on the right, inside the circle.
This is an interesting one -- after seeing your photos by the end of the month, I wonder if you could shoot this one again, if the window is still broken, what kind of result you would achieve?
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