The Daily Post | Weekly Photo Challenge : Selfie
A selfie taken at the Soldiers & Sailors Monument in New York City’s Upper West Side. The crisp, dark vertical elongation of my angled shadow was, in my opinion, an excellent contrast to horizontal parallel of the light colored slate and stone of the monument path.
I like this particular image because even though you don’t really see me, things can be told by it now nearly three years later, regardless of my being the photographer.
— A winter coat would not have such waist delineation.
— Were I in jeans, it would be form more fitting, not as loose.
— Even taking the depth perception of the image into consideration. my head would not look so small had my usually wild curly hair been worn out as I usually do have it.
— Clearly I had done a little retail therapy that day from the size of the bag.
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Wow, you’re tall!! 🙂
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Time to remake “Attack of the 50′ Woman”.
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