I was walking in LA, by the Beverly Center, which has been refurbished at a cost of $500 million and does look very slightly better than it did before, and I looked in the window of Macy’s and took a picture, arguably a selfie. (The “foregrounding” of the gut is caused by the nature of spherical reflections, honest.):
And then I started thinking of a picture I took when I was walking in Greece near the (unrefurbished) Acropolis some forty years ago. See how my aesthetic focus has remained stable (i.e. undeveloped) over the years. And yes, I know there was never any excuse for the tie-dye and those shorts.