Original Art Photography Series by @velimir #704 'Mirror'

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'Mirror'



Art that makes you wonder is an interesting kind of art. This is a vivid example of such. Why is the writing there? Why is to upside down? What does it really mean? Well, these are the questions you ll have to answer for yourself. I like the geometrical element in there that gives more to the mystery by balancing the dark-light and, of course, by hiding a part of the writing. :)

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This is the well-known phrase -rewritten- from the fairy tale "Snow White": Mirror, mirror, who is fairest of them all? Suggestive proposal that is presented in inverted form, typical of any mirror. And also to show part of the instrument with which it was extended to another space, which is the function of the pantograph (I remember that I had one when I was young). There is a good play of shadows and geometric crosses. The duplication that the mirror should somehow produce is picked up in that of the shadows on this previously empty space.

Did you know these words aren't supposed to be said in Snow White's first literary version? Although the use of mirrors for divination is known, it has lasted through history and has been included in stories and popular practices all over the world. A simple but interesting image. Greetings, @velimir.

A fantastic image. Very full of content, not only for the duty of reading upside down, as the mirrors force us, but also for the good use of the diagonal elements within the photographic frame. In the end, all complete the sentence (because that's the way humans are) and we'll smile thinking about Snow White. Interesting @velimir

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