Thursday, January 25, 2007
Reflective father and son
Lake Worth, Florida, December 2006
This little pizza restaurant just across the street from the beach was very good to us: Great food that made the kids happy, and a great set of opposing-wall mirrors that allowed me to handhold this image just before we headed back to the beach.
I've played with mirrors before. Click here, here and here for earlier examples of the optical games I play when the shiny surfaces line up just so.
I love this picture because it is yet another glimpse of yet another magical moment I got to spend with one of our children. I guess I'm just a really lucky person.
Your turn: Do you do mirrors with your camera? Why?
Note from the road: I'm blogging this wirelessly from the hotel lobby in Framingham, MA, which is a town west of Boston. I took some rather unconventional pictures on the way here. The most interesting ones involve a jumbo jet, water, and a gigantic window. I look forward to sharing them with you upon my return.