Distorted. The ice cubes in the photo are actually in focus. It’s the view beyond them which has been distorted by…
Distorted. The ice cubes in the photo are actually in focus. It’s the view beyond them which has been distorted by the glass. But you don’t have to take the theme distorted so literally – perhaps something is actually distorting your picture, or perhaps your perception, feelings, or outlook is what distorts what you’re aiming your camera at. Get creative!
Share a picture that means DISTORTED to you!
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