Day 2 ES 183 .docx - Day 2 Key terms wilderness sublime frontier primitivism Themes heroes villains and martyrs Ken burns effect is the use of cropping

Day 2 ES 183 .docx - Day 2 Key terms wilderness sublime...

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Day 2 Key terms: wilderness, sublime, frontier, primitivism Themes: heroes, villains, and martyrs Ken burns effect is the use of cropping, zooming, and panning from still imagery to produce movement often for historic material for which no film is available but also to focus the eye of the viewer or on a particular place, thing, or symbol Talking about the beauty of the Bison and the naturalness to it. Pulled outside and within the environment itself. Yellowstone “A moment can last forever” Theo Rosevelt Afraid that the bufflo would become extinct before he could shot one And then killed one to mount on his wall He loved to kill Quadrpet He took more hunting trips to kill To become at heart as much western as he is easterner He found that there were more trophies to persue The National parks Clips showing how life exists naturally in the wilderness Our national parks are an idea, an idea based of generousity. We value nature of this place Not for only our species but all species Industrial revolution Natures nation had been conquered Ronan The distruction of the nature and the parks are the counterpart to that National parks are a way for people to want to preserve nature Yosemite, yellowstone, general grant, and syquia - 4 first national park People still hunting, over grazing, and people picking at the parks
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