Photographer's Note

Mirror set for a day of garage sale Tarbes.
The plane mirror returns a fairly (but inverted) of the person who looks inside, so it is responsible for a strong symbolic connotation. It allows you to see as you are, but always under a single angle (face to face and reverse), especially with its flaws. It is often associated with the truth, as the Magic Mirror from Snow White.

The mirror is also the inverter from the truth. In Don Quixote, the Knight of the Mirrors is the mortal enemy of Hidalgo which he denies the inspiration.

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