Splashing a lemon into a glass is not quite the same as making lemonade. It is a step in the right direction even if splashing it makes a mess.
This image caught my eye while I was searching for a perfect picture that captured the idea of turning lemons into lemonade.
Image Description of the Lemon Splashes
We are looking at a horizontal image of a lemon splashing into a glass and making a mess.
The image has been reformatted to a 16:9 ratio. Using the rule of thirds starting with the lower-third, the scene begins with a clear drinking glass on a table. The table extends into the distance creating a horizon where the table ends and a wall appears.
The glass is centered in the middle and posisitioned close to us creating a depth between the glass and the horizon. The glass extends into the middle-third where it stops vertically in the middle.
Inside the glass, a lemon is was captured in the process of landing on the bottom. In the process, the lemon is splashing the water out of the glass. This effect is frozen as the water moves away organically in all directions upwards along the wall of the glass and into the air.
The water is splashing above the glass starting in the middle of the image to the upper-third. Some of the water is in a fluid stream while others are water bubbles of various shapes and sizes. All of which are suspended in air as it is captured in the instant the camera took the picture.
In addition, there are puddles of water scattered around the glass on the table’s surface.
The entire scene is dark, table and wall, except for an unknown light source spotlighting the glass. The light is reflected on the clear glass rim and within the fluid shapes of water throughout the image.
There is also a soft glow in the background on the wall creating a halo-like effect around the glass and suspended water.
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