This project shows how shapes in photos define the subject, and how these shapes can be implied by sunlight, or the way subjects are positioned. Page 86 shows two very interesting photos in which the the sunlight shines from different angles on the subject. from the front, in this case the image of the the Parthenon, it tends to highlight the pattern of the subject, while when something is lit from the back, the silhouette, or shape of the subject is much more visible. I took the picture above at about 2 o'clock in the afternoon, and especially being near the equator, the light was very intense. It helped in contrasting the shapes through the lights and shadows. Because the view through the peek hole is brightly lit, it gives it a strange effect. It feels as if the back is more in front and vise versa. It is interesting to experience how light can play tricks on your brain!