To do the Photo Safari, I decided to go to Target (I consider it my second home). I thought Target would be a good place to do the Photo Safari because it has a wide variety of things there; from electronics to clothes to food, they have it all!
When I started the safari, I thought it would be easy with all of the options Target has to offer, but it was much harder than I anticipated. I decided to take my dad with me to keep me company but because Target is so big, I ended up running around the store and left him behind! When I left him, I thought it would be a good idea to set a timer just to make sure I didn’t go over the fifteen minutes. I knew that the fifteen minutes would go by in a breeze and I had to make use of as much time as I possibly could.
Unfortunately, I think Target won that round. Not only was I running around to take pictures of things, but I also got distracted by the clothes and shoes that were on display. I am not proud of it, but it’s true.
My timer went off and I realized I didn’t have many pictures! I frantically called my dad to take a picture of his phone for proof and I realized I had a minute to spare! I could have taken another couple of pictures in my extra time.
Out of the photos that I took, I think the metallic bracelet worked best for me because it’s very futuristic and the camera focuses in one it. I think the most inventive picture I took was the one with all of the jeans. I took that picture in a mirror so the picture was actually the reflection of all of the jeans and other clothes on the racks. I like the angle of the picture and it also shows how big the store is by how long the row of lights lasts.