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1. Describe your walk. What do you see, hear, smell, and otherwise observe? What stands out to you? When observing and writing your answer to this question, your goal is to “make the familiar strange” — to notice and comment on what you might normally take for granted as a part of your environment undeserving of extended comment or reflection. (200 words or more)
2. Photograph with a phone or another device one feature that you find in your walk (example: a maze of overhead roadway; automobiles lined up in a traffic jam… what feature stands out to you?). Copy and paste that photograph into your word doc’s section where you’re answering this question and describe what your photograph communicates about the feature you found. (100 words or more)
3. How does the feature you identified enable and/or motivate people to a) do certain things, b) see certain things and c) think certain things? (minimum 150 words total, 50 words for A, 50words for B, and 50words for C).