There’s something about a mixed bowl of fruit in the morning.
I have vivid memories of places in Barbados, Greece, and other places where fresh fruit was ready in the morning. Sometimes an orange is just an orange. However, when mixed up with other fruits like berries, melons, you name it, everything changes.
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We are looking at an image of a bowl of mixed fruits on top of a dark blue cloth. The cloth is textured in a similar way one might experience with corduroy materials.
The bowl is shallow and takes up roughly sixty percent of the image. It is light-colored providing a contrast with the dark blue cloth and the variety of fruits.
There are two different fruit groups mixed together.
- Honeydew Melons
The fruits are mixed up in random order providing a contrast between different colors, shapes, and texture of each fruit. The melons are diced and moist and serving as a bed for the berries. There is a light somewhere above and outside the frame that is highlighting the surface of the blackberries.
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It truly looks like you can reach into the picture and dig in.
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