Is there a difference between a picture of me and a picture of mine? As far as I know, a picture of mine is correct. I wonder if we can use 'a picture of me' in a particular context.

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"Picture of me"

You are the subject of the picture. The picture shows you.

"Picture of mine"

You own the picture. Or you took the picture. Probably you are not the subject, but you could be.

  • +1 I wondered what the answer might be but I am thrilled to know how simple it was to comprehend! Kudos! Commented Jun 16, 2016 at 6:20

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