February 11, 2010

Mirror

“Mirrors should reflect a little before throwing back images”

~ Jean Cocteau

Three mirrors help bounce light around a narrow hallway.

Vintage white framed beveled mirror found years ago at the Roadium flea market near LA for ten bucks.

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15 comments:

Brian Miller said...

very nice shot...love the look through mirrors. happy tt!

Sweet Repose said...

Mirrors reflect so much more...I love the shot below, too sweet!

Leah said...

Really pretty! It's amazing how mirrors can open up a narrow space, in a way that's almost magical.

nanny said...

love the shot and wish I had a few of the $10 ones..........

Golden West said...

Nothing like a good bargain! Beveled mirrors are great!

willow said...

I love what mirrors can do.

Stephanie said...

I love a good find like your mirror! I'm a former high-desert dweller moved west of the cascades.

Jill said...

Love a find like your beveled mirror...they offer such a BIG view on small spaces.

We all need to reflect a little (or a lot) before throwing back images.

Jasmine said...

Clever quote, and clever use of light :)

subby said...

Ten bucks? Niiiice! Love the flea markets and jumble sales and that's a great mirror :)

e said...

Great mirror--I can't believe it was such a great find...Happy TT!

Titanium said...

What HE said. Jean, that is.

Sometimes, the best mirror I’ve got is the look in my daughter’s eyes.

Betsy said...

Oooh...beveled mirror...pretty!

JeffScape said...

Hehe... A friend had a similar setup in front of TV, but we used it to make those Nintendo Zapper games more difficult.

Bored children, us.

ShAKirA CHOONG said...

lovely shot.

Mine is here

http://justmeshakirack.blogspot.com/2010/02/mirrors-of-my-life-thursday-theme.html

HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY!
and
GONG XI FA CAI!
(means WISHING YOU PROSPERITY! in Mandarin, Chinese)

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shakira