Stressed Glass

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  1. pez

    pez No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Scanned from a slide.

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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    This is kind of funny. And it is a "self portrait", too! :D (Well, in a way...)
    Only is the reflection as such not that very, very interesting. But the distortion given by the "stressed glass" (why do you call it that?) adds a fun element to the photo.
     
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    I called it that because the settling of the building stressed the panes of structural glass, causing them to warp. :)
    Actually though, your're right about the "self portrait"- there was only one spot to stand where there was almost no reflection of the photographer...
     
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