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    Wow...one of the few threads with an actual summary. Excellent job, rivercrow.
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    Yeah, that is impressive! So few INTPs have that kind of follow-through.
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    I chose the painting. First I noticed that the painting was not the kind of painting I had in mind as I was expecting/wanting something "pretty" and with brighter colors.

    The next thing I noticed was the building/tower in the background. Then I saw the hands coming out of the other building, then the head above it. After that I noticed the colors of the painting, then the shadows. I then saw the statue lying down and wondered if it is supposed to be a lion. I then noticed the two people shaking hands. Then I saw the shadows. Finally I noticed the flags on the building/tower in the background.
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    I wanted to look at the other images.

    When I looked at the space image, I did not like it at all. I felt scared, trapped and claustrophobic. It looked lonely, dark and like a place where someone would jump out and grab you if you were alone. I did not like the mirror if that is what it was. I wanted to get away from the image quickly.
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    boring from the ground. it would be really cool to be on top of the tower looking out. I would feel really alive, free and invigorated. It looks very cold on the ground. The sun is going down and there are people wearing jackets and backpacks. I tower is made out of metal I think. I have never seen the Eiffel Tower in person. It would probably be pretty cool to see it in person. I think I would rather see it when it was warmer and sunnier and I would take a photo of it from a different angle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by indigo2020 View Post
    ...and I would take a photo of it from a different angle.
    I tried. It either gets too cliche or too disturbing in my experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Economica View Post
    Hey, don't hold out on us. How did it turn out?
    Very well! The "intuitive" group listed lots of concepts from the painting... ideas and the like. and the "sensor" group described the fine detail and how they admired different colours.

    Neither group had contact with the other or knew the significance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by niffer View Post
    Wow...one of the few threads with an actual summary. Excellent job, rivercrow.
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    Nice followup!
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    Yeah, that is impressive! So few INTPs have that kind of follow-through.
    Thanks! I don't like leaving people adrift.

    Guess that explains why my work persona tests as an INTJ, doesn't it?

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    Am I too late to play? I don't know since I haven't read the rest of the thread (as instructed).

    I chose the tower.

    What I notice, recorded as I look at the picture for the first time...

    Perspective
    Up
    Arches
    Intricate patterns
    People
    Platforms
    Red jacket
    White sky
    Closer look at the intricate patterns
    ... now I'm almost mezmerized with the patterns and can't stop studying them

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    I snuck a look at the tower after the fact and I couldn't get the idea out of my head that it was really an alien spaceship that was going to lift up a "leg" and squash those extraverts (all the introverts were at home, on their computers) any moment.

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