The view in the door glass of a vintage building reflects the arched doorways and windows of buildings across the street. I enjoy this shot because I'm fascinated with what I like to call "alternative spaces": spaces that are in some way transitional and can't be defined in the way a dedicated "room" can be, and spaces that are otherwise ambiguous or interesting. Portals, hall, balconies and alleyways all offer unusual perspectives and have always held a fascination for me. "False spaces" created by reflection or illusion, evoke a similar reaction.
Do you have a favorite space in your home or a familiar building that intrigues you and doesn't quite fit the definition of a standard "room?"
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