What is this close up?

I originally chose this assignment because of my childhood. While we were in the car, my brother and I would come up with crazy games to kill time. For one example, my brother and I would zoom in on pictures and try to stump each other on what the pictures were of. Sometimes it worked, sometimes it didn’t. Either way, it was a great way for my brother and I, who were constantly butting heads with each other, to be able to compete through something simple. My mom was sure okay with some peace for once. So reading this assignment was a little nostalgic in a way, and I wanted to do it.

Before I even started the assignment, I first was thinking to myself, what would I like to take a picture of zoomed in? I didn’t know what to take a picture of. I wanted it to relate to something about me, like some sort of aspect in my life that would be there forever. As I was thinking of this, I thought of it. I could take a picture of something that was practically going to be with me for the rest of my life in one form or another. Something that supports my major, and what I’d always use in practically every part of my future teaching career. Could you guess what it is through this photo?

(The answer is down below! DO NOT scroll down past this unless you want to see the full picture!)

Description: “Take a close up picture of something as see if people can guess what it is. Try doing the skin or outside of something that would make it hard for someone to guess!”

It’s a calculator! I chose this because I thought I could easily stump people through the reflection in the glass. I tried to make sure I got as little of the edge as I possibly could, but just enough for people to notice it’s there. Tell me if you got it in the comments below!

2 Replies to “What is this close up?”

  1. This is really interesting! I at first thought that it was a picture of the ceiling itself and not the reflection on the calculator so I was a but confused! I like that you zoomed in on the screen though and not the buttons, it made it more difficult 🙂

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