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Following are responses for the Envelope Test for the period of July 16 - 31, 1999. The image for this round of testing is a picture of a campfire. I don't have time to review the results right now, but I'd really appreciate comments from others if you are so inclined.

Kerstin

8/23/99
Notes from Pangea

"Here are my thoughts concerning the campfire envelope test. Direct hits:

  • JustMe with "light against dark",
  • Elena with "outside",
  • Octagon with "outdoors", "Autumn colors", very intersting: "A sense of goodbye to something...mostly woods."
  • MJ with "warm".

- Anne mentioned bellows which I associate with fire, just not campfires.
- MapKilCoed's description fits the image pretty well. The tallest flame could be called a pillar, and the spirals at the top resemble a dome or mushroom.
- Walt Gable's comments got me to thinking about the life force of plants, and I tend to visualize life force as a flame.
- Elena described a well, which is generally circular, and campfires are also generally circular.
- BJ - depending on where the campfire is, mountains and lake may be in the vicinity."

Thanks, Pangea!

Campfire


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Impressions: A plant--commonly referred to as a snake plant--it is in a pot on a wicker stand
From: Walt Gable,

Sunday, August 1, 1999 11:33 AM

Impressions: Hmmmmm, I think it's . . . some sort of a mushroom shape,or a domed building. I also get a pillar shape with what could be a sphere atop.
From: MapKilCoed, MapKilCoed@aol.com
south jersey
Saturday, July 31, 1999 11:20 AM

Impressions: i have drawn some thing that looks like an apple blossom. 5 or 6 heartshaped petals around a center, light against dark, the center haveing some tiny details and a ring inside. a straight line, and a cresent shape are here too, with the color blue.
From: just me,

Friday, July 30, 1999 1:03 AM

Impressions: a woman in a long skirt, she's bending over a well, or is near a well. Her face is about half, or a little more, visible. Dirt floor. Outside.
From: Elena de la Peřa,
Tennessee
Monday, July 26, 1999 9:53 PM

Impressions: mountains in the background behind a lake. there is an open boat on the lake.
From: BJ,

Monday, July 26, 1999 4:11 PM

Impressions: Its an eye...that sees and is seen - the window to one's soul...
From: Becky, theia@quixnet.net
Virginia
Sunday, July 25, 1999 1:13 PM

Impressions: round, oval,gold ring.
From: marsha, marsha@lompyville.org
nyc
Sunday, July 25, 1999 11:06 AM

Impressions: I see a few people...2 to 4...outdoors....in a wooded area...a rock...someone sitting on it....possibly water (lake) but I can't see the water, myself. Everyone is looking 'away' from the picture. Backs to "me." Autumn colors. A sense of goodbye of something. But no clear path up ahead, either. Mostly woods. A bit of confusion. Probably my own! (LAUGH!)
From: octagon,

Sunday, July 25, 1999 10:52 AM

Impressions: An apple
From: Frank, frankw9889@aol.com
Jersey City, New Jersey
Sunday, July 25, 1999 8:40 AM

Impressions: Second attempt- still a square then image of oldfashioned 4x4 camera bellows curving
From: Anne,
Atlanta
Saturday, July 24, 1999 1:51 PM

Impressions: A newspaper being read at the breakfast table. Frosted flakes with Tony the Tiger; they're gr-r-eat! A glass pitcher full of milk...hmmm, I wonder why it is not a carton?
From: Pangaea, pangaea@netwizards.net
San Jose
Thursday, July 22, 1999 11:32 PM

Impressions: something pink, warm
From: MJ,

Tuesday, July 20, 1999 7:10 PM

Impressions: family portrait
From: chris,
somers point nj
Tuesday, July 20, 1999 7:01 PM

Impressions: first sensation- square next television set with ocean waves scene, next thought of the Hiroshige Wave woodcut.
From: Anne,
Atlanta Georgia
Tuesday, July 20, 1999 11:53 AM




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