About ten deals with the way we confront our own image and the way we transform ourselves into this image. Palomäki often chooses children as her subject, children that are in the ambivalent age. The behavior in front of the camera changes when the child learns to look at his own image and recognizes his strengths and flaws. Around the age of ten a child starts to study himself differently. Image of oneself gets more criticism and posing for the camera is suddenly uncomfortable. ‘We only see ourselves in the photographs and the reflection in the mirror. Through that reflection we build a person who we possibly want to be. We think we can hide our unwanted features but reality is harsh. Others see us from all these possible angles that we cannot observe ourselves from. In front of the camera we are lost without the mirror, our familiar reflection.