Ann Taylor store window, Austin
(original photograph)

The perspective of the viewer changes the relevance of an image's content and how it is read. After registering the obvious presence of two female mannequins you might be drawn to the interested curved form of the negative space between their bodies. But if you, or someone close to you, is disabled then the reflected blue of the parking lot wheelchair symbol will register first. Did you notice before I mentioned it; so which group are you in?

If you are viewing this page from within a selection rather than through the Store Life 2004 album, of the site wide image catalog, then you might not realize that the first version of this image posted was manipulated with Photoshop to the point of ceasing to be a photograph taking, on a Warhol Marilyn Monroe screen print appearence.

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