1102 Pg 191 -200 photo

1102 Pg 191 -200 photo - house occupies most part of the...

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Photo on P.191 I saw several checkout stations when I took a first look. These stations stand in row and expend far away. The picture shows long range, which appears to me a visualization of a very big supermarket. The photo express that the people consume lots of material everyday and their endless need. Photo on P.192-P.193 I saw searchlights when I took a first look. They create an illusion, which seems the statuaries are quite near us. Photographer uses this skill to imply the famous presidents are still remembered by the people; they are not far away. Photo on P.194-195 I saw an old house. Photographer took the photo in a short distance. The
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Unformatted text preview: house occupies most part of the whole picture, which gives me a feeling of oppression. Photo on P.196-197 I saw a big advertisement board, which says, “It’s the Nature of Our Business.” Actually, the whole environment is such a mass. Everything is under construction and has the symbol of humankind. It is not natural any longer. Photo on P.198-199 I saw a bus stop at first. In many movies, it is the home for homeless people. On the other side is a tall apartment. The photographer uses such a contrary to show a better living condition of citizens....
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This note was uploaded on 01/14/2012 for the course ARTS 210 taught by Professor Jully during the Spring '07 term at SPSU.

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