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On the Outside Looking In

Chris Calohan

Well-known member
Sometimes it's hard to know if you're inside looking out or outside looking in.

My guess is that you are outside looking in as it seems like we may be seeing you in the window you are looking through. The image is interesting though, because there seems to be a lot of windows in this building. Kind of cool! :) Maggie

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief

What’s so remarkable for a reflection is how well imaged every component is, in this remarkably inviting photograph.

it holds our interest. If I was walking g past in an exhibition of pictures, here is where I would stop and be drawn in to muse and leave behind other thoughts!


Chris Calohan

Well-known member
Thanks...I love reflections for many reasons, introspection probably at the forefront. This was a bit of a tricky edit but also much fun recovering all the highlights and shadows alike.