In front of the houses and other building is a farm field where people are working. Rix Mills Remembered also shows the houses and building with the hill in the back of all the houses, it also shows the people and the farm field with range and animals. However, the painting is more close up in the different side of view. Like the other two painting Old Folk Ohio also depicts the small village in different angle of painting. He paints more than one painting and show different angle view of it.
Kumokums story starts with him sitting down beside Tule Lake and he was interested in Tule Lake because that's all there was, Tule Lake. Kumokums wondered how it would look if there was something around the water since that was all that was there. So he reached down deep into Tule Lake and drew up a handful of mud. He piled it into a hill in front of him and patted it down. As he patted it began to spread beneath his hand, and out around him, until Tule Lake was completely surrounded by earth and he was left there standing on an island.
There are some metaphors, for example, it states at the beginning that the pigeons make a sharp lake. Meaning there is so many of the different colored pigeons on the ground that it looks like a lake. Another thing I found is some sound devices like assonance. In the second stanza in one of the lines it says “plastic pink raincoat with a round”. Notice all the “I’s” in plastic, pink, raincoat and with.
They provide themselves with food but they also know which plants, fruits and nuts are edible in the woods. They also have a vegetable pit. They have water because they live next to a stream. Tree-ear and Crane-man live under a bridge and that's their shelter. They have clothes because Crane-man makes them.
By observing the poems: ‘’A narrow fellow in the grass’’ and ‘’A bird came down the walk’’ we can see that Dickinson has a very complex relationship with nature. Dickinson’s perception of nature is by no means ‘ordinary’. In general the word ‘nature’ springs to mind images of tranquillity and beauty whereas Dickinson tends to focus on how nature is associated with death and danger. Dickinson never declares the obvious in the poem ‘’A narrow fellow in the grass’’ since the word snake in never mentioned although, there is not much description to go on, only that the creature is "spotted" and that it is large enough to make (to the human eye) noticeable changes in the grass when it "rides" by. Since, the snake looks like "a Whip lash / Unbraiding in the Sun," it doesn’t necessarily have to be a giant snake.
The Leaves Were Falling is a dynamic piece of artwork. This is because the orange leaves located in the bottom left of the artwork overpowers everything else behind it. This image creates an illusion of depth and deep space. The leaves seem to be right in front of the viewer while the river gets smaller as it leads toward the back of the artwork. The house is visually behind the leaves and the one dog closer to the leaves looks to be larger than the other dog father away.
This painting illustrates how an artist was inspired by the work of the other artists. I find it pretty interesting. Boucher depicts a young shepherd and shepherdess exchanging the grapes while being surrounded by the lovely landscape and farm animals. We don’t see any lines because the painting is complete and the drawing doesn’t show through. We see plenty of shapes and contours though.
The plant species throughout the forest is rather extensive for the small area, finding it was an exceptional environment to investigate symbiotic relationships for our assignment. This forest has a small variety of wildlife consisting of small rodents, wallabies, and the bush turkey. The small creek ‘Priors creek’ provided a potential place to learn the study of the effects the water has on the nearby bush land or water organisms. A water type of investigation appeared to be the most observable type as the creek seemed as if it had the furthermost activity nearby. The investigation is to examine symbiotic relationships between algae and the abiotic factor in relation to water PH levels.
This image is a picture of a man fishing in Micronesia and fits into the category of the 3 pronged map, specifically the land use. The phrase I use for this picture is, ”all we’ve got.” What this phrase means is that in Micronesia they do not enough space to farm and grow plants. Micronesia is only 702 sq km and have 0 sq km of irrigated land! Farming and browning crops is something that these islands can’t do, but what they can do is fish. Since fishing is one of the few things they can do, one of their major environmental issues is overfishing.