I seem to be liking a lot of glass window shots. Though i don’t prefer the mirrors in bathrooms and fitting rooms. There’s just something mysterious and fantastic about the reflections you see when you look at glass windows. It’s like telling a story about the place, or something. Or it’s like in the movies, when, while the character suddenly gets a glimpse of their reflection in a glass window, they are reminded of a certain memory, then going through an immediate flashback. Just like that. 
Isn’t photography beautiful? 
:The photo on the left was taken at the Raddison Blu Hotel in Cebu and the one on the right was taken at Bonifacio High Street. 
I seem to be liking a lot of glass window shots. Though i don’t prefer the mirrors in bathrooms and fitting rooms. There’s just something mysterious and fantastic about the reflections you see when you look at glass windows. It’s like telling a story about the place, or something. Or it’s like in the movies, when, while the character suddenly gets a glimpse of their reflection in a glass window, they are reminded of a certain memory, then going through an immediate flashback. Just like that. 
Isn’t photography beautiful? 
:The photo on the left was taken at the Raddison Blu Hotel in Cebu and the one on the right was taken at Bonifacio High Street. 

I seem to be liking a lot of glass window shots. Though i don’t prefer the mirrors in bathrooms and fitting rooms. There’s just something mysterious and fantastic about the reflections you see when you look at glass windows. It’s like telling a story about the place, or something. Or it’s like in the movies, when, while the character suddenly gets a glimpse of their reflection in a glass window, they are reminded of a certain memory, then going through an immediate flashback. Just like that. 

Isn’t photography beautiful? 

:The photo on the left was taken at the Raddison Blu Hotel in Cebu and the one on the right was taken at Bonifacio High Street. 

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