I had what might be termed a silhouette figure in 1982:
Now I have more of a she who ate* figure:
*You really need a northern British accent to get that joke: she who et
The Daily Post tells us:
In photography, often we achieve that effect by putting light behind the object whose silhouette we want to capture, effectively darkening out the features of the subject instead of highlighting them.
I suspect if my 2012 self stood in front of my 1982 self* I’d be darkening out all my features several times over.
*Hey! I’ve seen Star Trek – time travel will be possible one day and when it is, I’ll come back and do this and prove it to you.
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