School board meetings are a death sentence--holding heavy gear for long periods of time, hoping/praying that someone shows an interesting facial expression or hand gesture, while trying to stay quiet and out of the way in front of a large group of strangers. Attending the Saltsburg school board meeting in January was no exception. That's when I start looking for interesting things to shoot, even if it's meaningless. However, I genuinely like this image-mostly because of the "journey" your eyes make. You read it as you would a page, left to right. Your eyes see the man speaking, his expression and his hands, then your eyes travel along the black square frames until you reach the end, when you see his face again, which takes you right back to the left side of the image. Besides, who doesn't love a reflection shot?

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