— Jack E. Brooks (@Jbrooks5E) October 2, 2015
For this we had to take a picture that showed the changing of the seasons. It was pretty cold that day so I just took a picture of the thermometer outside my house. Think that’s a pretty good indication of the yearly weather change.
— Jack E. Brooks (@Jbrooks5E) October 3, 2015
This one we just had to take a picture of what was outside our window. Unfortunately I didn’t look at the assignment until it was dark out, so there was nothing but black. I added the little quip about my soul just to add a bit more to it since darkness isn’t super interesting.
— Jack E. Brooks (@Jbrooks5E) October 4, 2015
Here we had to hand write a poem and take a picture of it. I actually like how this one turned out. I’m no poetry critic, but I like the way my handwriting makes it look more interesting. And they say it should have improved since second grade!
— Jack E. Brooks (@Jbrooks5E) October 5, 2015
This one we just had to find a picture of what we saw ourselves being packaged in. Most people don’t think of jars as packaging, but I could see myself staring into the eyes of someone through the jar before they bought it.