The image for this test is a scan from from a book on tilework. There
is so much going on in this scan that it is hard for me to zero in and
make connections with people's impressions. But I'll give it a try:
- I though Pam Allerdice was very in-tune with her impression of 'a
river or stream.' Perhpas the grass was a connection with the seaweed.
- MapKilCoed saw peaks or hills; I wonder if that was a connection to
the points of the starfish? The'outstretched wings' definately brought
to mind the arms of the starfish. And maybe the wisps of clouds or smoke
are connected to the seaweed somehow.
- Steve N. got the columns with captions and photos
I told you this one was hard! Does anyone else have any thoughts?
| Impressions: a picture of
a river or stream. It is in a grassy area. It is a very peaceful scene.
From: Pam Allerdice, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, May 30, 1999 9:54 PM
| Impressions: the word volleyball
came to when I started thinking about your test. That's all. The word
just popped into my head.
Wednesday, May 26, 1999 12:57 AM
| Impressions: Hmmmmm, I think
it's . . . something with a shape similar to"^^" a twin peaked roof
or maybe hills or mountains.possibly a large bird with outstreched
wings. I also get concentric circular shapes,sort of like a tunnel
effect,and wispu clouds or smoke.
From: MapKilCoed, MapKilCoed@aol.com
Sunday, May 23, 1999 4:51 PM
| Impressions: dark clouds
Saturday, May 22, 1999 6:44 PM
| Impressions: I have a shape
in my mind, black and white and is rather odd, one of those things
that when you look at it one way it's a vase and you look at it the
other way and it's a face.... This is a positive negitve space too...one
way its sort of like a foot...the other way is like a mans head form
the back framed by a dark frame. Boy the discription does not so it
justice! heheheh! Another feeling of someting hovering over the whole
thing at a diagnil to me..rather like a ufo, or a hat. I hear a woman
saying the words "three" and "guys".
Saturday, May 22, 1999 6:33 PM
| Impressions: A cut out article
from a newspaper. A written column on the bottem, with a black and
white photo on top and caption blow it. The photo possibly of several
From: Steve N., email@example.com
Gold Hill, Oregon
Monday, May 17, 1999 5:02 AM
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