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Mental Photograph - Mental Analysis  by Joel Loftus

Mental Analysis is a photograph by Joel Loftus which was uploaded on February 24th, 2013.

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That is NOT what I guessed!!! Ohhh . . my first comment didn't go through earlier - had a quick break and tried to repost it . . but now I know what it is!!! I thought it was glass on an old bookcase or medicine cabinet since the only part with no reflections was in the upper right!!! Good story!!!!!

First was thinking some kind of window or glass medicine case or glass front book shelf . . . .. there seems to be glass . . . some of the paint chips / fading paint and relfections are not possible without glass . . . ? does not look like water . . ..

It's a mirror on a wall in a burned up prison building. When they would close the cell doors, they had to turn their backs so they put a mirror on the wall to make sure the prisoners stayed in their cells. Old Idaho State Penitentiary, Boise Idaho.

So much debri and interest that from a visual standpoint the subject is immaterial to the compostion. From an array of several images, this one would stand out.

is this an elevator shaft?