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summer sonnet

This picture was taken a few months ago. It was right around evening time, and it was warm out. The sky was clear as day, and the tone of the colors in the sky captured the summer’s presence. Looking at this picture, It represents the youth and warmth of summer.

Helmers explained that while all images have literal elements, they cannot have a meaning beyond pure form without an arrangement into a sequence or series of relationship that mimic reality. People could look at this picture and not two people would have the exact same interpretation of it. There are many element designs to list the qualities of the image. There is a blue scheme in the image, and it goes from dark blue to light blue. There are two main objects which are the trees and the moon, and they are point view. Those simple qualities can have an impact on your meanings to the image.

Annette

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Lisa
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Annette,

I really like the gradient colours in the sky and how it evolves into different hues of blues. The unfocused horizon of trees gives the illusion that it is not the main point of the picture as if they are a secondary element to the colorful sky. Who says the sky is (only blue)?

Chnlove Women Photo
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Very interesting points you have remarked, thanks for posting . “Nothing ever goes away.” by Barry Commoner.

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