Sometimes the simplest image transformations yield interesting pictures. Here I've used the mirror symmetry feature in Photoshop Express to reflect parts of an iPhone shot of a nearby Mormon temple. The result is oddly appropriate: a sky fairy castle untethered from reality. The ease with which we transmogrify pixels is rapidly degrading the artistic value of photography. Genuine art requires substantial discipline and pain! Anything that is easily achieved is almost by definition worthless. Thirty years ago creating an image like this would have required vision, preparation, planning and technical skills. Today it requires pushing a few buttons. The art has been obliterated by technology. You can argue otherwise but you will quickly encounter the Jackson Pollock problem. Throwing paint on canvas requires little discipline or pain. The result may be visually arresting but if it's "art" so is this silly reflection.