Vanishing and ephemeral steam on a bathroom mirror became the subsequent object of my attention for the task. Stains, splats, and prints only visible when condensated water reached the surface, creating an abstract image. I found it fascinating to observe how much more and more of the background was revealing itself when steam was evaporating from the room.

It made me reflect on the transitoriness and diminishing nature of the image. Some marks are ever so permanent, like scars and discolorations, but others hardly last a flash. I conclude that it has been a thoroughly growing experience, a lesson to consider the elusive nature of specific notions and impressions left behind, if only for a moment in time.

Published by Elzbieta Skorska

My name is Elzbieta Skorska. I am a second-year photography student degree at MMU.

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