galleries | R. Elise Tomek | objects in mirror are closer than they appear
Saw some trucks, just parked there in perfect rows behind the old military base. No one noticed me trespassing. One guard did drive by an hour later, and I just smiled at him. I was busy trying to get the perfect reflection of my belly button in the grills of the truck.

It was quite windy that day. That's about all I remember. It was just last Sunday though. That doesn't say much now does it. I was alone. I usually am when I take pictures. Just me.

This is not my truck, but if I had a truck it would look a little like this. I took a whole roll of pictures. Only in devoping it did the story emerge. I used to want a digital camera so bad, because I'm sort of obsessed with the idea of photographing myself and seeing it right then and there. I developed this one a few short hours after I took it. This picture is the closest feeling to digital photography I've felt in a long time.

It's enough to entertain me for a while, anyway.
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