Archive for February 22nd, 2013

Photo Observation #4




3.Theme: Happy

4. To me this photo looks happy, the lush green surrounds the picture and you see the bright light, the sun at the end of the path. It looks happy and hopeful as if you had been walking for miles looking for a way out, this light I feel would make you happy to see and feel hopeful you found your way. The lush tress and plants bring happiness especially during this time of year as well, its somewhere i would want to be.

Light Observation #4

1. Monday February 18th, 7:30 am Friends house

2. Sun is coming through the window in the morning as it is beginning to rise. It is very bright and strong going through the sheer blinds as well.

3.Sitting on the couch eating a bagel, I turn my attention to the dining room. The tall, and wide windows fill up almost the whole wall. As I look I notice the Sun is rising and as it is it begins to fill the room with warm cozy light, especially on a cold brisk day. The light is orange and hazy as it begins but it grows stronger and stronger creating a more intense light as it starts to rise. The beautiful sunrise is hopeful in nature, as I sit waiting for a nice warm day.

Photo Observation 4

1. Amsterdam Flowers


2) Photo taken by Kelley Malloy on 4/21/12

3) THEME: Happy

4) DESCRIPTION: Gardens always seem like such happy places to me, the bright colors of the flowers are immediately cheerful. In this particular garden, I love how the light manages to create shadow and dimension without feeling ominous. Instead of feeling dark and mysterious, the shadow and light makes the garden seem like it extends eternally, and you could happily skip through the flowers forever without reaching the end.

Light Observation 4

1) DATE-TIME-LOCATION: 2/21/13 4 PM, in my room.

2) OBJECTIVE DESCRIPTION: The sun is just beginning to set, but is still very bright as it streams through a gap in my blinds.

3) SUBJECTIVE DESCRIPTION: The sun is uncomfortably intense as it comes through the window. It feels like an interrogation light, demanding to know whether I have committed the crime. It is unrelenting until finally the sun sets below the tree line, and the light fades and it feels as though the cop has finally accepted my alibi.