my result was humanitarian.
the test fails to ask for what i am really looking at, because i seek the inbetween or the relationship (which is physically not possible but it's in my mind), for example the reflection of the trees in the water, or the contrast of tree or moon, so my answers are often arbitrarily about the foreground background thing.
if there is no particularly interesting relationship (just an object and a sky, no moon, no sun, no ground), it depends on the image composition. which on is more fascinating? if both heaven and foreground-object are boring, i will briefly check out the object and then escape into the sky.
the image of the star-observation object was odd. the white object would have been boring , if it wasn't for the contrast with the deep blue sky. but the sky directed me towards the object. so i answered: object
i also go for depth (perspective, road, horizon) if there is no in-between other than heaven and earth. so i answered road, even though i meant the spot where the road hits the sky.
i surely prefer big picture. and probably shape. i really prefer shapes as a drawer. even though shapes with bad colors suck. i do like some images that hardly have any real shape in it. (like this).