Perhaps I should not have said, “it’s not his looks that hold me captive” … because it is Colin’s face where the reflection of his emotion resides.  It resides there in such a way that we cannot help but be drawn to it and find ourselves mirroring the same emotions, living the same reactions, helpless to divorce ourselves from his struggles or sorrow.  This essence of his that is so hard to describe.


One comment on “Reflection

  1. Twosocks says:

    So many emotions, and the way he can turn them on a dime! As in the cave scene with Agravaine.


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