and in the above photo was doing the
Mirrored Faces exercise.
You were asked to take a picture of yourself in a mirror, where the instructions were -
TASK: Take photos while looking in a mirror.
NOTES: Consider the various mirrors you have around your home and experiment with several of them.
|Caught my son in the mirror probably thinking the old boy has lost it ;-)|
With Eyes Wide Open
this book is a real eye opener to creativity.
Not to mention synchronicity for me as well.
|Look Both Ways...where have I heard that before?|
Sarah Watt (30 August 1958 – 4 November 2011)
|A promo for Life's Too Short.|
|Reflections in my eye.|
TASK: Grab your camera and head out on a photo exploration to discover places your shadow and reflection appear.
|Let's rock, blockhead ;-)|
|A rock as a bathing cap in the pool area? How lucky is that?|
|Water, my body's main ingredient.|
|Deep reflections along with some deep shadows that were following me around.|
|Be like water? |
water: a practice, a companion, a teacher
"Find A Poem For This Day".
TASK: Find a poem that evokes an internal reaction.
Write about this reaction.
|House with little stone men on the lawn?|
Charles Bukowski's Come On In on the shelf that I bought years ago, but have not read.
And since I had just taken all my shots in the pool area of my house
Come On In seemed to be the right book for this exercise, I thought.
|My room...fish eyes watch from the wall!?|
|Don't just look both ways, look every way ;-)|
|Life of Pi...rate?|
|Above are all the paintings on my study wall.|
|"Plenty of room for us all, sucker"!?|
|My miniature lollipops sitting above my computer screen.|