Other noticeable things are what you feel, smell and believe it or not taste. But all those things come together and make this beach the most wonderful place. There is not much to dislike at the beach, except maybe a bad case of sunburn and everyone hates bad sunburn. Going to the beach is like the first warm day after a long and frigid winter. Overall a trip to the beach can be a calming getaway from the stress and the everyday pressures of life.
Hill further builds up a calm atmosphere by expressing Kipps’ admiration of the house, with the quotes ‘I rather liked this lonely spot’ and his description ‘isolated, uncompromising, but also…handsome’. These quotes foreshadow the isolation that will be felt by Kipps much more strongly later on in the book, but also give a sense of quiet and calm, which further contrasts the din of London. The calm atmosphere starts being subverted when Keckwick leaves Kipps alone in the house for the first time and Kipps begins feeling ‘alone, outside that gaunt, empty house’. This builds tension and strengthens the mood of isolation, as Kipps will encounter the woman in black shortly. Another major factor in the theme of isolation is the Nine Lives Causeway, because it physically stops Kipps from entering and leaving Eel Marsh House with the fog; ‘…a thick, damp sea mist that had come over the marshes and enveloped everything’ (p 73).
They don't steal my attention from the shot or anything, the back ground actually helps it fit more. They are in the City and it fits the mood pretty well. Acting- the acting was very good in this film, I believed the characters, and the actors made the characters seem very real. Camera Techniques- The director mostly did full shots, and close ups in this film. Music- The music fits into the film really well, because it is a lot of Mysterious and intense music that makes you wonder what is going to happen next.
In addition, Steinbeck suggests that the clearing is full of sunlight: 'The water is warm too, for it slipped twinkling over the yellow sands.' Yellow, in this context, is calming because the words 'warm' and 'twinkling' are used before it. Steinbeck also uses alliteration to create a calm and peaceful atmosphere: 'south of Soledad, the Salinas River.' The repetition on the soft's' sound is calming and subtle. Steinbeck repeats this technique: 'the water is warm too.'
The use of strobe lighting was very clever as it showed like a old film being played and the white flickering filter that was used within the pice. Due to the strobe lighting it also means we see like snapshots of them setting up the stage rather than them just running around the stage. Lighting throughout the play was used extremely effectively as sometimes it would represent the mood of characters and the weather and
This style was originally controversial and opposing artists thought of impressionists as not skilled with incomplete works. However, the pursuance of being in the exact moment, light was skillfully placed to give radiance from the sun and reflections were realistic enough to give you the time of day the scenery took place. This can explain why it was more effective for artists to capture their subjects in the great outdoors. The incompleteness was rather helpful in achieving an instant vision and was done by using primary colors without blending. In order for this style to be clarified artists used short brush strokes, dotting and smearing techniques.
Ansel Adams The first photo, it’s a scenery picture of little village in New Mexico. This picture possess many aspects of photography. The photo is in black and white. Black and white gives the picture more beauty especially because it has low light. I also feel color can sometimes cause distractions and with the black and white setting reduces that.
I felt that the poet uses sidewalk as a word with deeper meaning. I see it that adults have created a depressing world, with industrialization, factories, and pollution. Therefore the children don’t know this dark world yet ant they live in an innocent world that is bright and comfortable. The first Stanza is symbolizing a place without the buildings and sidewalks, which is to me where the children live, in dreams and their imaginations. I believe this because when I read the first stanza is gives off a happy description of a bright sunny place.
In Joe Wilson’s Courtship, Lawson conveys Joe’s strong emotions by giving his heart a human characteristic. “And, my heart gave a jump.” The way that Lawson portrays his characters emotion is very visually helpful through the use of personification, allowing the audience to further understand and reinforce the image from the emotion that the composer creates. In the Drover’s Wife, Lawson uses personification to reflect the landscape; to reinforce the tone and dry typical Australian outback. “She-oaks ‘sighing’ on the creek bed”. This visual image also provides a little bit of relief to the ear from the dry tone in the eye in the view.
“There was a touch of warmth in the autumn sunshine, and what few trees I saw, all bent a little away from the prevailing wind. Still had a few last russet and golden leaves clinging on to the ends of their branches” this is meaning that the nice autumn feeling you get from the change from summer makes it so easy to describe. Golden leaves suggest that the leaves are now changing colour because of the season change and so the leaves will eventually fall. This will have an effect on the reader because they will be able to imagine the scene and what mood it is trying to make you feel. However…further on in that paragraph it says what Arthur Kipps imagined it would have been like.