Behold a Giant Muh

Mirror Mirror, Roller Coaster, and Playtime

Mirrors, mirrors, on the walls, who are the fairest of them all?
This view of Roller Coaster Road in eastern Seminole County looks south from highway 9.

I spent much of today in neighboring Seminole, Oklahoma, where I photographed the Jasmine Moran Children’s Museum for an upcoming edition of Ada Magazine. It was a nice, chilly November day out, but inside the place was bustling with kids. It made tons of great photos.

I confess that one reason I love visiting that museum is that I get to photograph myself in their “infinity mirror,” which I’ve been doing since the 1980s. Today I brought my fisheye, which worked out pretty well.

I called Wil C. Fry to find the location of Roller Coaster Road, which I wanted to photograph after seeing his image of it some years ago. (I searched his Flickr account for it, but couldn’t find it; he might have made it private.) He gave me directions.

On the way there from the museum, I stopped at the local Braum’s to use the restroom and ended up getting a “tuxedo” ice cream sundae. I don’t have a big sweet tooth, but the mood struck. It was great.

Any comment about “many me,” split personality, or feeling alone in a crowded room works here.
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