I choose to do my living/dinning room. I choose this room because I felt like it had almost everything I needed to complete this photo safari assignment. The experience of this assignment made me think outside the box on what I should take a picture of. Some things on the list I couldn’t figure out what to take a picture of and I lost time thinking about it. The photos that I got were: take a photo dominated by a single color, take a photo of an interesting shadow, take a photo at an unusual angle, e.g. looking looking up at something or looking down at something, or from the view of an ant, take a photo into bright light, take a photo of someone else’s shoe or foot, take a photo that shows a repeating pattern, take a photo where you move the camera as you take the photo, so it gives the subject a suggestion of motion, take a photo that is looking through a frame or opening to something else, take a photo that represents joy, make an inanimate object look alive, and take a photo of two things that do not belong together. I took a picture of a goose and a model plane and I thought those didn’t go together. My parents wedding picture symbolized joy, and the sculpture with the lady and the dog represents a inanimate object look alive by the angle I took it at. The most inventive was the picture of a chair looking up because you never look at that chair from that point of view.I really enjoyed doing this assignment and I would say I never had an assignment like this before.