Friday, 28 March 2014

Photo Scavenger Hunt

       There are many themes present throughout this collage of photos. The black and white image located in the top left possesses a theme of the past, it is a photo representation of "The light at the end of the tunnel" meaning that no matter how difficult your previous years were, there can always be a better ending. How the bricks are positioned make it seem at though they are rushing towards the light, or towards the future. Darker shaded ones, can be symbolic of the hard times in life, while the lighter ones symbolize the good, as life is a mixture of both. 

The image in the top left corner is a meta-photo of my family, one theme that could be found in my family picture is love. Families stick with you through thick and thin, and are with you whether  you win or you loss. Family is blood, a kind of forced love. But a love never the less.

I took the photo of that white hallway, because it is a great symbol of the future. The white walls reminded me of a fresh sheet of paper, because that is what the future is, it is a blank canvas waiting to be drawn on. Also, I believe that It is always better to look forward, rather then being stuck in the past. In this slim hallway, there is nothing you can do but look ahead. There is also the reflections along the floor of the lights over head. Overall I think that this image is an acturate representation of the future. 

The middle photo is a close-up of a notebook of mine, I chose to buy this journal because of the word Paris on it. Not many people know this but I love to travel, I've been moving around since I was a little girl, and traveling is just a part of me. After high school, I'm going to see the world. It's a passion of mine, I love packing my bags and flying to different places, seeing how people in other countries live so differently, and how their cultures differs from ours in Canada. 

The final picture found in the collage is the one of my oldest friend and I when we were in grade 3, this meta-photo represents friendship, and growing up. Those years that I lived in Greenwood, Nova Scotia were great, and the memories I've made with my best friend will stick with me forever even though we have moved away and grown apart. Although it hurts that we don't talk anymore it is a part of growing up, Kristin helped me to become the person I am today and I am so grateful for her years of friendship.

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