Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Thematic Photographic - Reflective

For the next week, Carmi's Thematic Photographic will be exploring reflective. Is it literally reflective? Does it make you reflect? Visit Carmi and see what other bloggers post, and if you have an image that embodies reflective, he hopes you'll post it to your blog.


This is a close-up photo of something reflective; also something from the past that makes me reflect on history and memories. Wonder what it is? Here's a hint! Answer to follow....soon!

11 comments:

JCK said...

Such a fun costume! I loved reading that post last time.

I loved the angle of this shot.

mo.stoneskin said...

The moment I saw it I assumed it was some body armour!

Cheri @ Blog This Mom! said...

I love it! And your prior (linked) post.

phd in yogurtry said...

Ahh! I was thinking of this fun evening bag my mother bought for NY Eve, many years ago. I think that bag is in the toy box for her grands.

MyThoughtsMyVoice said...

I metallic dress maybe? But I guess that's too much. But they do have those metallic cloths, although the one on the picture is not a cloth lol. It just reminded me of it

Tristan Robin Blakeman said...

I read the previous post, so I knew right off LOL.

But, it also might very well be a shirt that I wore to the disco in 1974!

I used to have quite the sartorial flair. A flair which now causes me to cringe.

I am a Tornado ~ proven fact! said...

I didn't want a hint, I'm going to a 1970-ish disco attire.

I believe my mother owned a scarf similar, and a belt ...

No dress, I would have opt'd for a dress like that.

Cool. Great photo.

momemts in time said...

Interesting observation& picture.

A metallic skirt from 1920/30 - I have seen similar evening dresses but very much fuller!!

janie said...

great costume to inherit, nothing like a bit of bling:)

ciara said...

that looks a lot like the pic i have up for my thematic photographic if i had cropped one subject. :)

loved the linked post & the post before this one.

bobbie said...

I remember Sonja's movies. What a great photo for the theme!

I also love the photo of the old house in your next post.I too love such old places, and would really enjoy exploring the grounds.