Friday, 24 September 2004
The Upside Down Mirror Feet World
CREDIT: © Crystal Lyn Moran/MirrorProject.com
WHERE: web wide. WHAT: life reflected. Thumbnail pops-up source page.
A web site for people who take pictures of themselves in mirrors, with a section devoted to hotel bathroom mirrors, does not immediately seem like a suitable destination for our family-safe links service. Still, nothing ventured, nothing gained.
We persevered, expecting that we might have to resort to that old 'News of the Word' reporter's stand by, "At that point, we made our excuses and left." As we all know, reporters are renowned for their sobriety, clean living, and high ethical standards. We decided to follow the noble traditions of Francis 'Frank' Aungier Pakenham.
Fear not: we saw nothing to make us blush. The featured thumbnail shows Crystal Lyn Moran's picture of what we think of as her 'Upside Down Feet'. We did not think anybody was claiming these to be examples of photographic excellence, or profound in any way; but they can be fun, and definitely a source of ideas for creative photographers. Heather Powazek is the MirrorProject.com webmaster: both productive photographers & enthusiastic viewers may be interested in the latest Powazek photo magazine entitled JPGmagazine, which is calling for contributions.
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Jules Laforgue (1860-1887)
"Ah! que la vie est quotidienne."
Oh, what a day-to-day business life is.
'Complainte sur certains ennuis' (1885)