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Mirrors on easels in the desert look like paintings of the desert [10 pictures]

October 1, 2012 | By Abraham | 7 comments

In a series of images called “The Edge Effect,” photographer Daniel Kukla placed a mirror on an easel in various spots around Joshua Tree National Park…

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7 Comments

    1. Karen says:

      Exactly Jeff. While pretty, I certainly hope this isn’t being called art. It should be called a good idea…but not art.

      1. KLP says:

        Disagree. As soon as human beings compose natural elements in a way that “adds value”–beauty, meaning, interest, knowledge, emotion, etc.–there’s art in it.

        1. Annie MacDonald says:

          Yes, KLP, images have been chosen.. not only for what’s reflected, but for where the chosen reflection will be seen.. what will surround it.. Multiple elements in play.. I love the whole sequence, the whole Idea.

  1. Annie MacDonald says:

    There’s something extraordinary about these.. and I don’t know, what exactly, it is?!! Fascinating!!
    Thank you :))

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