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  1. rowan_peter (Rowan Peter)

    What’s in your bag?

    Your purse, bag, packpack, murse, whatever, is your constant companion throughout your adult life. What are the essentials in your bag that get you through the day? Take a picture of the items and detail each of them with a description. Here’s my everyday carry. Emptying out my bag and placing all the essential items … Continue reading What’s in your bag? ?
  2. @Tyra13748487

    What’s in Deidra’s Bag of Goods?

    Today Deidra is carrying her go to book bag which holds most of her essential goods. Today’s essential goods include: Laptop – To work on a few assignments. Earphones – Used to listen to videos or music. Deidra also uses them as a way to ignore people, she puts them in and acts as though …

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  3. @EmilyHutchins8

    The Mary Poppins Bag

    Kate was scratched by an animal and woke up with the power to talk to animals. She decides to use this power for good and save animals all around the world.   For this, I knew I needed a lot of items animals would need. First, I made a list and thought about what a animal hero would need to carry. I gathered and took pictures of my cats toys and food to use as examples of what ‘Kate’ would have in her bag. I chose to use my backpack because it is super comfortable and it can hold a ton of stuff. I found the animal first aid kit online because this would be vital to have. I also found the animal carrier online because I wanted a folding one to fit in the backpack and used an online picture of keys. All the other items I found around my house and used them because most of them are essential for animals. I then took the pictures to make sure they items were distinguishable and then uploaded and arranged the photos. I really like my character’s story and the items I chose for her bag because they are practical and simple but are extremely useful and are needed for her missions.   Until Next Time, Emily
  4. @Hannah Woehrle

    What’s in Little Rascal’s Backpack?

    I had to connect one of my visual assignments to the character I created. I wasn’t sure how I was going to do that, considering the fact that she’s not real and I can’t photograph her, but then I happened across the “What’s in your bag” assignment. I realized I could document what would be …

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