P2-Riddle Me This. By Brittany Emery

1. One sheet, two-sheet, three sheets or four…some use less and some use more. What am I? Toilet Paper
2. What has arms and legs, but no head? Chair
3.What can’t be burned in a fire nor drowned in water? Ice
4. I have a big mouth and I’m quite a load. I’m not gossip, but I get involved in everyone’s dirty business. What am I? Washing Machine
5. Stepping out? Wear me first! I’ll protect your feet from the worst. Shoes
6. Tall and strong, I stay outside. The sun, the rain, they’re by my side. I give birds homes and help you breathe. I even give you fruit to eat. Tree
7. Here I come and there I go. I move really fast, anywhere I go. That’s why you take me when you’re in a hurry. When I zoom by, I might look blurry. Car
8. Kick up your feet, if you will. I’ll keep you company through Netflix and chill. Though you might not notice, I’m always here, to hold your zines, your snacks, and beer. Coffee Table
9.You say we’re pals, that we’re best friends. But only until the morning ends. You say I give you fuel for the day. And when we’re done, you’re gone away.  Coffee
 10. Don’t frown at me, I made it clear. Won’t make a difference if you’re near. Just stand in front and I’ll show you exactly how the world will know you. Mirror

4 thoughts on “P2-Riddle Me This. By Brittany Emery

  1. Melvin Stratis

    Very nice Britney! I really like how warm and friendly your pictures are. They just are full of personality and even a little suspense. When I look at that table and the center piece. i get a nice center of focus ,but the depth of field begins to into my focus as my eyes begin to get more curious about the room. It’s a very neat room that works very dynamically with the center piece!

  2. Suthasini Chaiwohan

    I like the shoes picture because it remind me my childhood that I like to buy a lot of shoes and create some art with them. really interesting pick out pictures!

  3. Miya Ott

    I like how you tried different angles to keep it interesting, especially the ones where you got down lower to focus in on interesting aspects of the objects. Also, your home background fits very well with your indoor images in a non-distracting way which is really hard to do (or at least for me it is).

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