A new photo reflector from the photographer that is not a selfie-stick is being sold on eBay.

Posted May 21, 2019 06:33:13In this picture, taken from a camera mounted in a backpack, a young man with the face of a cartoon character poses with his reflection in a mirror.

The young man, who cannot be identified, has his reflection appear in the mirror while holding a selfie stick.

The mirror in the photo has an optical illusion, meaning that the light bounces back from the inside of the mirror.

It’s a form of optical illusion known as a photomultiplier.

The seller of the reflector says he purchased the product in the United States.

It is an inexpensive mirror that can be purchased on eBay for less than $40.

A man wearing a white cap and a hat holds a mirror as he poses with a mirror on his head.

The photo in the photograph was taken at the entrance of the entrance to the US Embassy in Ankara, Turkey, in December 2016.

The seller is claiming that he purchased it from a Turkish man who was not a tourist, but rather an employee of the embassy.

“He said that he was an employee working at the US embassy in Ankara.

He explained that he took pictures at the embassy and asked me to help him sell it on eBay,” the seller wrote.”

After I sold it to him, I had a chat with him and he was very helpful and very knowledgeable about photography,” the buyer wrote.

He added that the seller’s father worked at the consulate in Istanbul.

The buyer wrote that the product was sold to him by a Turkish employee of an American company, a company that is part of a company known as Photomultiply.

The company is part-owned by Canonical, which owns Ubuntu Linux and has recently announced plans to sell a number of desktop products including the Ubuntu Phone operating system.

The company’s website also advertises Canonical products.

The US Embassy and consulate in Ankara are also linked to Canonical.

The Turkish Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Monday that the Turkish government would take legal action against the seller.

The statement also accused the seller of misrepresenting his identity and the fact that he does not live in Turkey.

The United States Embassy in Istanbul has issued a statement saying the embassy is investigating the issue and will respond as appropriate.

The Washington Post