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Tango was originally scratches and reflections on a construction dumpster.
I was attracted to the rusty scratch on a dumpster. There was a problem though as the scratch was on an otherwise uniform solid color surface. Once I changed my shooting angle I realized that the reflected light would be a compositional asset and the subject suddenly became interesting to me. I named it “Tango” because I see an interplay between the feminine scratch figure and a rather machismo dance partner defined by the specular highlights of the metallic surface.
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