Weekly Photo Challenge: Selfie

This week, Cheri Lucas Rowlands has challenged us to come up with a Selfie “For this challenge, snap a selfie with your cameraphone or camera. Feel free to get creative and clever, and if you don’t want to share a photo of yourself, think of a way to approach this challenge in a different way.”

Well, I did take an image of myself in a mirror in a previous post (here), so for this one I’m going a bit arty, and I only appear as a sinister headshot shadow in this rather eerie tunnel:

Selfie??

Selfie??

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31 comments

  1. Clever, well done in an arty way! 🙂
    Have a lovely weekend.
    Love, Dina

  2. Hah! Great minds think alike, only I look more like Mr Blobby than sinister! (posting tomorrow)
    J xx

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  5. Very Dali-esque – like it!

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    Great take on the challeng Sue! Love the editing! 😀

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  9. Sue, that’s a very cool shot! Looks a bit MC Escher to me.

    janet

    • Thanks Janet – well I’ve had Dali and Escher mentioned so far, but there’s a painter whose name is eluding me that it puts me in mind. Ah well, I’ll remember one day! 🙂

  10. Sinister indeed! Love your lurking shadow 🙂

    • Lurking sinisterly! I didn’t realise I had appeared in shot, as it were, and was a bit annoyed with the image when I reviewed -but it had a use after all!

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  12. I can’t help wondering, where’s the tunnel? It reminds me of the citadel in Acre, Israel.

    • Ah, well, it’s in Matera, Basilicata, Italy… It’s actually an old underground water collecting system which had been forgotten for decades and has now been opened as a tourist attraction. A most amazing, vast place. And of course, the image has been quite heavily processed….

  13. Hihi, a mystirious selfie…
    Great light in the picture.

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