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    I did two since I'm bored. My type is INTJ. (can't wait to read the other posts!)

    A Tower

    Giant, imposing, beautiful. OH! Its the Eiffel Tower! I want to visit France some day. The thing is so strong and daunting, impressive even. I see now why people want to visit it. It must be morning or dusk, the sun looks close to the horizon. I wonder what it looks like with all the lights on... what is the little thing waaay at the top? Is it a flag? I wonder if its the French flag. From this angle it is amost as if I could climb it or tip it over. I wonder how long it would be... Do people actually climb all the way to the top? Like the Empire state building? which one is taller? Seems like I should know that. I like how the light appears broken into patterns in the beams and supports... it is appealing to the eye. The buildings and city below it almost seem a mere afterthought. How would it feel to live so close to it, to see it every day? Would it become like so many other things a person takes for granted?

    A Space

    What a lonely place... where are the inabitants? Its almost scary or freaky like it belongs in a movie... very dramatic. Who would think that a place like that could be 'dramatic'. I wonder what is along the left... is it a ramp? Stairs? Weird. I can't really see where it ends. It looks like little papers stuck to the wall on the right... who would leave paper when everything else was gone? Is it just reflections? The place needs some lamps and a couch. Maybe I could make it into a cool bar. Of course I'd hate to have a bunch of idiots in there ruining the hard wood floor. OHHHH I know, it needs to be a Kung Fu practice area! ... where can I rent this at?
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    ^^ Was written as a stream of consciousness as I looked at them, just typing what popped into my head.
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    a tower: a view of the Eiffel tower from below. The picture is kind of off center. The photographer seems to be on a hill or something elevated because the people look as if they are on a slightly lower level. There are two separate perspective points in this picture. One is on the level of the people and the other is straight up. It confuses the eye a little but it makes for an interesting view of the Eiffel tower.

    a space: large and empty. Lots of geometric lines. Big windows. Pretty much everything is big. One point perspective. The floor is an interesting wood but, in general, this space doesn't seem very attractive or appealing of a place to be. It is functional for something (I'm not sure what) but doesn't seem comfortable for people at all.

    a painting: nice composition, great shadows. I like the head and hands coming out of the building. It seems somewhat surreal. The big head and hands coming from the building remind me of Alice in Wonderland, when she had eaten one end of the cookie and was too large to fit through the door!
    Colors: mainly red and green... complementary colors... it made the weirdly green sky seem OK. That didn't bother me at all.
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    My type is . . . a mystery. Introverted intuitive something-or-other that's probably Perceiving.

    (Jotted thoughts on) The Painting.

    I notice a pair of hands sticking out of a wall. I notice that these hands appear to belong to a stone disembodied head. This head has a vaguely eerie quality that owes very little to its lack of a body. The hands for just an instant appear to be reaching out for something--not the cube, but nothing at all. And that's just it: they aren't reaching for anything but merely dangling there. The hands look as if they're held prisoner, as if they would like to be set free--they're reaching for freedom and presenting themselves for any passing savior. They don't particularly expect to be set free any time soon, though; they're hanging in a manner that suggests it could happen at any time, or perhaps never. The cube below is caught beneath the surface of a pond of shadow rather than water; it, too, is imprisoned, though it likely doesn't mind. There is a statue in the background like a cat on its haunches, made of terribly worn bone or dried chewing gum or a combination of those. The cat casts an oddly long shadow; it must have a great many burdens on its shoulders, as is said of things that cast long shadows. At least I think that's said of such things. And what a silly-looking train in the background. It's like a child's toy or a keyhole letting off smoke. There must be a burning room on the other side of the door.
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    Well, since everyone else is writing out their thoughts on all the pictures:

    A Space: I did it again a couple seconds ago and had the same experience as I did the first time.
    - thought, "Aw cool, this would be a fun place to play around in." Basically along the lines of Misty Mountain's thinking:

    Quote Originally Posted by Misty_Mountain_Rose View Post
    OHHHH I know, it needs to be a Kung Fu practice area! ... where can I rent this at?
    -my eyes touched the framework in the back of the room, then the window framework to the right and then they grinded along the ramp railing starting at the most immediate foreground and jumping off somewhere before the platform -- probably onto the next section of the ramp where they then wheeled down to the floor. Apparently my eyes like bmxing.

    -the space is clean and minimalist with nice, solid, quality construction (concrete, metal, wood). Outside, the kungfu practitioners could continue practicing on the concrete floor and maybe try monkey crawling up that wall.

    -I like this place.

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    A Painting: It's funny, but I kinda found this painting annoying.

    - I noticed the statue head first and didn't like its dull, listless expression.

    - I didn't like how the head (and hands) were in what looks like a modern, almost "cookie-cutter home" house and that the house was a dull gray, mango and brown.

    - I didn't like that mango color in general, but combined with the purple of the shadows, it was ok.

    - The sky was nice. Nice shades and blending of yellow, green and green-black. The building in the background was the greatest thing in the painting. It looked like it had thatched roofs despite being so huge and made of solid stone! And the flags and pillars gave it a royal sort of look.

    - The people didn't really grab my attention. They were probably saying something like, "Is that supposed to be a lion?" (referring to the sculpture, of course) and then they probably squinted at the train in the distance and wished it were closer so they could get on it and leave this disappointing place.

    -And what was the point of that box in front of the statue head? If it had to be a geometric shape, why not pick something more visually stimulating like a pyramid or a cylinder or a sphere?

    Heh, that was fun.

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    A Tower:

    I only just realised it's a predatory animal. It waits for bait then crouches down and swallows people with its square metallic vagina.

    You know what my type is.
    Why do we always come here?

    I guess we'll never know.

    It's like a kind of torture,
    To have to watch this show.

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    Da Painting!

    I think there is a giraffe hiding in the building behind the tall window. The stoney person is beheaded, so maybe this is the house of death. The poor giraffe is going to be decapitated as well. Must be on another planet as well, as the sky has a weird colour and in the background a vulcano is exploding, yet the people in the front behave like it is the most usual thing on earth or not earth in this case. The architects seemed to be on drugs, and why the hell are the shutters closed, when the sun is coming from the other side? Maybe the giraffe likes it dark or is even blind and it makes no difference for her. The spiderhouse on the left is interesting, it looks like it would start running on its column legs any minute, like those Starwars Walkers. Maybe the vulcano is no vulcano, the black ink below the mountain could be a train who is on it's suicide way to ram into the spiderhouse. One more reason to move. Up you go Spiderhouse.
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    Eiffel tower: The tower itself is massive and imposing... the picture is obviously taken horizontally from camera pointing upwards.The towers skeleton itself seems to be structured on interwoving x-shaped beams... with a concrete supporting basis. The four egded top reaching into the sky, and the cohesion of the structure cojoining into one.

    Tourists and bypassers are walking around.. marvelling at the giant structure. There is a grand building in background.. with the grass-mats and trees heading towards its. And an additional mass of 17th century buildings on the left side.
    "Where can you flee? What road will you use to escape us? Our horses are swift, our arrows sharp, our swords like thunderbolts, our hearts as hard as the mountains, our soldiers as numerous as the sand. Fortresses will not detain us, nor arms stop us. Your prayers to God will not avail against us. We are not moved by tears nor touched by lamentations."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mort Belfry View Post
    A Tower:

    I only just realised it's a predatory animal. It waits for bait then crouches down and swallows people with its square metallic vagina.

    You know what my type is.
    That was exactly my impression, too. Not the vagina part, but the crouching down and swallowing you. I thought I wanted to do the tower until I opened the picture and then I immediately shut it.

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