First, a favourite sentence from a favourite recently read book that happens to mention a mirror (and a portly woman). It’s a joke.
She was convinced that she was anorexic, because every time she looked in the mirror she did indeed see a fat person.
—“Good Omens”, Terry Pratchett & Neil Gaiman
And now several photos of mirrors and other reflective surfaces, some of which are from my first year in Italy. You will have to click on the first photo to view the gallery.
This is one of the first photos I took in my new home three and a half years ago.
The mirrored ceiling on boat Laho that takes you along Slovenian coast and feeds you.
Little bestia in stereo in Roma.
He has grown nicely. Capalbio beach.
Roma can see itself on the water surface too…
Pitigliano in the rearview mirror.
Studying wildlife. (Nah.) My previous – first ever – digital camera. Canon.
Fields around here always deliver.
Uncle plus poppies.
The car roof can be a mirror too.
Another car roof reflection. Home.
This one is close to home…
…this one isn’t: Civitella Marittima.
Mother discovered these small disco balls somewhere and now we all have one. This one is in my uncle’s garden in Ljubljana.
Niki de Saint Phalle doesn’t have disco balls but rather everything else.
Niki’s Tarot Garden: it will make you take selfies if you want it or not.
One of the reflective cages in Ljubljana.
Must be a Ljubljana winter one. You know, for Joey. 😀
And for the last one: a reminder of my first blog’s header. My reflection on computer screen with kiwi plant in Piran. I filled it up but is still here: https://manjamaksimovic.wordpress.com/
Photo: a © signature mmm production
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: Mirror