The Trailblazing Reflections By Terrence A. Reese

December 30, 2021

Is a black and white… documentary-style photography series, which captures the personal living spaces of renowned African Americans.

African Americans whose lives and careers have addressed the fundamental political, economic, and social realities of the 20th century and beyond.

In each photographic image, a mirror is strategically placed and, the subject is reflected in it.


Photography in this book teaches relationships, perseverance, passion, art and so much more…A must have!!! – Tonia H., Amazon 5 Star

“Reflections,” liberates the eye to move about within the boundaries of the image, not encompassing it all in one glance.

The exercise reveals the unforeseen and true nature of the individual.

It is the challenge of locating the subject’s image in the mirror that becomes an intriguing and rewarding experience.

Such an amazing artist and photographer! – M. Estes, Amazon 5 Star

Each image is accompanied by my personal written memoirs of the photoshoots that further draw the viewer into the space.

A perfect gift for any time of the year.

Update: Mr. Reese has been hacked, he is selling Books for $55 using Zelle and PayPal. Send an email to: Reese.Terrence@Gmail.com


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