Cropping is among photography's most storied tools. It is generally used to "frame" an image, to remove unwanted distractions from the margins, to place emphasis on the subject through the process of elimination. But cropping can also be used to help us see what we otherwise might not see. To remove the forest from the trees. To see the universe within the universe.
This portfolio focuses on reflections (mostly) through the elimination of context. 

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