Symmetrics

Challenge #59 in the Language Of Light series. Hosted by Deleted pending purge.
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Take a half of a human face image, flip it horizontally, and reconnect to itself, creating a new physiognomy. The example was once used to demonstrate how no face can be perfectly symmetrical without losing much of its expressiveness. For that purpose, best use a picture of someone who won't mind! Auto-portraits are fine... and MIND the Rules, please!
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Is my face really that wide? Please not that the image has not been stretched horizontally. Or condensed vertically.
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Submitted: Thursday, 14th February, 2013 14:36 (GMT)
Taken: Tuesday, 8th January, 2008
Focal length: 32 mm
Shutter speed: 1/100 sec
Aperture: F5.6
ISO: 100
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