Challenge 7 Gallery: Depth Perception
Welcome to another diverse collection of single frame stories. This week’s prompt, depth perception, inspired an eclectic range of literal, metaphoric, narrative and impressionistic interpretations.
Although there is certainly an artistic aspect to the craft of single frame stories, it’s mostly about visual communication. It’s relatively easy to create an image that looks cool using a platform like Second Life or photo tools like FilterForge. The greater challenge is to visualize an idea in a way that evokes emotion, conveys meaning, inspires an aha moment, or makes us laugh out loud. Whiskey and I invite you to flex your visual thinking muscles and join the fun.
The challenge prompt for next week is “Objectification.” Make of it what you will.
Here are this week’s entries:
“Looking in the Mirror” by Epione Serendipity
“Suddenly [Haggard] shouted, “What is the matter with your eyes? They are full of green leaves, crowded with trees and streams and small animals. Where am I? Why can I not see myself in your eyes?” – The Last Unicorn, by Peter S. Beagle” by Deoridhe Grimsdottir Quandry
“depth perception can be very physical … and quite flat, when you swap ‘p’ for ‘a'” by Mayala Loon
“Depth Perception I” by LeeHere Absent
“Depth Perception VII” by LeeHere Absent
“Depth Perception V” by LeeHere Absent
“Only when she crashed did she realize the deep end was all around her” by Michelle Hyacinth
“Mini Second Life” by Sir Winston
“Depths of unshared love” by FallenAngel Blackburn
“You’re supposed to take the coins out of your pocket before tossing them into a wishing well.” by Crap Mariner
“Stereoscopic cards were an early way to get 3-D effects in images. They were held in viewers with each image just a fraction different to give the illusion of depth perception.” by Lyssa Helendale
“Flying Deep” by Panacea Luminos
“Too Shallow? She thought she’d taken her nap deep enough to avoid those darn scuba-diving paparazzi…” by Tarra McD
“Depth Perception” by Cherry 108
“Depth Perception II” by Cherry 108
“How deep in-world are you?” by Laetizia “Tish” Coronet