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To be honest when the first time I saw the drinking fountain my mind just jumped up a question Why there is a water fountain located in the middle of the road At least for me it does not make sense at all even it is convinced people who can drink water when they are thirsty Besides if professor did not give out this assignment I believe that there have a bunch of students who even do not know the existence of this drinking fountain However after discovering the environment and the history of the drinking fountain and connected it to the come concept of gaze believe that the drinking fountain is represented the patriotism of a citizenPrimarily the drinking fountain is placed on a grass area in front of the Price Center that is opposite of the triton fountain under the tree After doing research knowing the location of the drinking fountain is used to be a place called Marine Corps Rifle Range Camp Matthews which simplify as Camp Matthews The grass area is a place of monument in memory of Camp Matthew After doing research knowing the location of the drinking fountain is used to be a place called Marine Corps Rifle Range Camp Matthews which simplify as Camp Matthews It is the historic center of this whole territory account Matthews was military base before it was handed off to the University of California and scripts institution According to my own experience when I came out from the Price Center the front of Gilman Drive and went down stairs the first thing I saw was the Triton Sculpture Following in some distance a green landscape was attracted my attention Lofty trees are in that green area become the shelters from the sun Then I saw a deep color sculpture which is pretty outstanding in that landscape because the strong contrasts between the colors By approaching it I found out it is a drinking
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