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(Name removed) All in a Row I began the assignment by taking photos of random items that I thought were interesting. When I photographed the headstones in the cemetery, it occurred to me that we, as a society, put things in rows to create order from chaos. Unlike life, rows are straightforward and efficient. I then wondered how rows exist in our everyday life and went out to find them. We have all been told, at one time or another, to get our work organized, to “get your ducks all in a row”. So I started the presentation with the ducks all in a row to give a clue to the subject of the presentation. When compiling the photographs, I tried to find as many items as I could in rows. I then looked at the photos to find some correlation. It was then that I saw how many of the photos could represent different seasons of life. I chose photos that could represent the movement of life from beginning to end.
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Unformatted text preview: The ducks represent our time in early childhood. The bicycle racks represent school age. Trashcans represent older children with responsibilities of chores and the drive-in represent young adults. The cars represent early adulthood. The utility lines represent careers. The homes represent establishment in middle adulthood. The mature trees represent retirement and then the tombstones obviously represent death. I intentionally depicted the subjects of the photos from left to right. This was to show order and progression. It is also representative of how life can be viewed. The left, which is closest to the front of the photo is the beginning or present and the far right represents the future, which is further away and not as clear. The photos also represent community as the subjects are in groups....
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2009 for the course HUMA 1301 taught by Professor Boyd during the Fall '08 term at Collin College.

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