Daily Create #tdc2623

In order to find a poem for this daily create, I went on Google and searched “simple poem in Italian” and scrolled through until I found this one that was in Italian and did not include a translation. I then racked my brain for all of the words I could remember from my high school […]

In order to find a poem for this daily create, I went on Google and searched “simple poem in Italian” and scrolled through until I found this one that was in Italian and did not include a translation. I then racked my brain for all of the words I could remember from my high school Italian classes. I did my best to translate it but I clearly do not remember a whole lot- I am proud of getting the basic concept correct, though. Then to get the actual translation of the poem, I used Google translate. I typed the poem in and took a screenshot of the result it gave me.

 

 

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Daily Create #tdc2623

In order to find a poem for this daily create, I went on Google and searched “simple poem in Italian” and scrolled through until I found this one that was in Italian and did not include a translation. I then racked my brain for all of the words I could remember from my high school […]

In order to find a poem for this daily create, I went on Google and searched “simple poem in Italian” and scrolled through until I found this one that was in Italian and did not include a translation. I then racked my brain for all of the words I could remember from my high school Italian classes. I did my best to translate it but I clearly do not remember a whole lot- I am proud of getting the basic concept correct, though. Then to get the actual translation of the poem, I used Google translate. I typed the poem in and took a screenshot of the result it gave me.

 

 

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Daily Create #tdc2354

my favorite inspirational quote on my sign from the People’s Climate March in Washington DC 2017 #tdc2354 @eng304cripps pic.twitter.com/BpHD8ZYSQV — Rose Karis (@R_Karis_) June 20, 2018   On April 29, 2017, I participated in the People’s Climate March in Washington, DC. This is the sign that I carried around, which says “just because you can’t […]

 

On April 29, 2017, I participated in the People’s Climate March in Washington, DC. This is the sign that I carried around, which says “just because you can’t do EVERYTHING does not mean you shouldn’t do ANYTHING.” This is one of my favorite quotes because it inspires me. Studying environmental issues can be extremely discouraging. Sometimes it can feel like no matter what you do, you’ll never be able to do enough. I often start to feel this way and start to get overwhelmed. It is this quote that reminds me that every little action will make a difference. If everyone thinks that they can’t do anything, then nothing would get done.

 

 

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Daily Create #tdc2352

@eng304cripps @ds106dc #tdc2352 #sunset pic.twitter.com/eIohoZOqbk
— Jessica Brewer (@jessicabrew304) June 18, 2018

I used this picture because I thought it was one of the prettiest sunsets I’ve ever seen. It’s an older picture that…

I used this picture because I thought it was one of the prettiest sunsets I’ve ever seen. It’s an older picture that I took in Delaware. It was funny that this was the daily create because the other day I was clearing out old photos and I almost deleted this picture, but I kept it just in case.

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Daily Create #dc2350

#tdc2350 little birdies make my heart sing @eng304cripps pic.twitter.com/3YESXrmQ6O — Rose Karis (@R_Karis_) June 16, 2018 This picture was taken in Cambridge, Massachusetts on the lawn in front of the town hall. I was just relaxing in the sun and eating my lunch when this little bird hopped right up to me. I decided to […]

This picture was taken in Cambridge, Massachusetts on the lawn in front of the town hall. I was just relaxing in the sun and eating my lunch when this little bird hopped right up to me. I decided to put some rice into my fork and offer it to my new friend. We shared a nice little moment together before the bird flew away with a mouthful of rice. I was amazed by how trusting it was, just coming right up to me. I bet people feed them all the time so this was nothing new, but it was my first time experiencing it. I was thinking about it all day and it ‘made my heart sing.’

 

Daily Create #tdc2349

#tdc2349 I highly recommend this one- spread it on some graham crackers@eng304cripps pic.twitter.com/ujsm4pa4oY — Rose Karis (@R_Karis_) June 16, 2018 Do you have a sweet tooth? I have the perfect recipe for you. This might be the most sugary thing I have ever consumed but I promise it is totally worth it. Following this recipe […]

Do you have a sweet tooth? I have the perfect recipe for you. This might be the most sugary thing I have ever consumed but I promise it is totally worth it. Following this recipe will give you a nice, dense, sticky ball of deliciousness. I recommend eating it with graham crackers- it is not something you will want to consume by itself… or maybe you will, I don’t know.

 

Daily Create #tdc2340

In symmetry there is order. Through chaos there is beauty. @eng304cripps @ds106dc #tdc2340 #flowers #kaleidoscope pic.twitter.com/cV4gnDn1HL — Julia Thompson (@JThompson0516) June 6, 2018 This was an interesting experiment! I had no idea if I would like the outcome of turning

This is the “before” picture of my kaleidoscope.

This was an interesting experiment! I had no idea if I would like the outcome of turning a picture into a kaleidoscope.  However, with a few Google searches, I was able to find a website that I could upload a picture into and it turned it into a kaleidoscope for me.

I used http://funny.pho.to/kaleidoscope-photo-effect/as the source for creating this picture. It was super easy. All I had to do was upload my picture and it did the rest. It also gave the option to crop the picture, but I decided to keep it the way it automatically did it for me.  Originally, I was going to use GIMP, but it didn’t want to download onto my computer. Thankfully, there are other websites that do it right there.

I decided to come up with and use “In symmetry there is order. Through chaos there is beauty” as a way to describe my new picture. There’s something very orderly about this picture, maybe more of a pattern, but it works. There’s also a lot going on, as my water bottle decided to be part of this picture as well, hence some chaos within a fairly pretty picture of flowers. I enjoyed this Daily Create!

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Daily Create #tdc2327

  When I first read the prompt, I was not sure what to do. I decided to go to the bitmoji app and start scrolling through the different emoji options to see what I was working with. My first thought was to use some faces inside of a thought bubble to visually express some sort …

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When I first read the prompt, I was not sure what to do. I decided to go to the bitmoji app and start scrolling through the different emoji options to see what I was working with. My first thought was to use some faces inside of a thought bubble to visually express some sort of inner conflict. I rearranged things a couple times before I decided that it was not working the way I had originally pictured in my head and went back to the drawing board. I then came across some bitmojis that were dressed as fruit. That gave me the idea to put a bunch of the food related ones together in a bowl like a meal. I then went on Google Images to find a royalty-free, public domain image of a bowl on a table that I would use for my background. I then went onto Snapchat, uploaded the image and arranged the bitmojis on it until I was satisfied.

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