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The image for this test was mushrooms, mushrooms, mushrooms! Some thoughts:

  • GwrYMamau noted a "radar dish" and "bowlshaped grid" -- those shapes echo that of some mushrooms, especially the ones at the bottom center of the picture
  • GwrYMamau also mentioned a "frame" of "rich grained darkish wood" which seemed to reflect the black border around the image
  • T mentioned a "small branch of a tree;" some of the mushrooms looks somewhat tree-like
  • Atlanta gal sensed a dark triangular shape against lighter background; there are several triangular shapes, but the background is darker than the forground in this image.
  • She also noted a "patterned" backgroun - again the forground seems to be somewhat patterend or at least formally arranged in this image.
  • Finally, she mentioned "light blues light greens, also little bits of red or orange" all of which are colors of the mushrooms in this picture.

The correlations were somewhat slippery this time, but still there (I think). Your thoughts?

— Kerstin

Impressions: dog tree light barking
From: Melanie Alley, malley@hwpa.com
Jackson, MS
Monday, October 11, 1999 2:27 PM

Impressions: Hmmmmm, I think it's . . . something like an old type oscillating fan or radar dish.a bowlshaped grid.I also get a frame like a picture frame or black board.the frame is made of a rich grained darkish wood
From: GwrYMamau, GwrYMamau@aol.com
south jersey:-)
Sunday, October 10, 1999 11:26 AM

Impressions: A large leaf, possibly a small branch of a tree.
From: T,
Tehachapi
Thursday, October 7, 1999 6:09 PM

Impressions: strong sense of dark triangular shape against lighter background lighter background seems patterned-sense of light blues light greens, also little bits of red or orange.
From: Atlanta gal,
Atlanta,GA
Wednesday, October 6, 1999 1:17 AM






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