Thursday, November 6, 2014

"Fancy Feast Jury"

I leave today for Japan, but before I go, I want to show you a photograph that one of my students, Carol F., created.

The assignment was "Faces in Unlikely Places," and students were encouraged to go out and just look, look for anything that resembled a face, no matter if it was a rock, bark on a tree, the front end of a car, etc. And this is what Carol F. came up with. Isn't it cool? She calls it "Fancy Feast Jury" and it made me smile.

Carol saw the "face" in a catfood can lid and, with this project in mind, saved enough lids to create a "jury" and a "defendant." She kindly gave me permission to share it with you.

Coincidentally, and originally unbeknownst to me (and to her), she is also in the same Japan photo workshop that I am, as is her friend (and current student), Ann. What a great bonus for me -- to meet two of my students finally in person.

Must go finish packing . . . Sayonara for now.  -- Carol Leigh

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4 comments:

Laura said...

Life works in mysterious ways...no question just believe it to be and look what happens... Living the Dream with Friends too!

Sam Hipkins said...

Yoi tabi o motte iru...

I don't speak Japanese, but me computer do. Have a great, fun, satisfying trip.

Sam

Jo Murray said...

That's just too fortuitous for words

gottago said...

So glad I posted a kinda face photo on the Yahoo Alumni site 'cause somehow I missed knowing you still had an ongoing blog.....which I will of course follow. I can't wait to see what you will see, shoot, and create. One thing I know, your photos will be one of a kind. So happy for you.

xxoo Linda