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I am sitting at my desk with the fruit Ive chosen placed directly in front of me Ive placed a pen and plenty of paper to right which enables me to record all of my observations Using all four of my senses sight touch smell and taste as well as my thoughts throughout this exercise I will try to make it clear what fruit I have chosen Using just my sight I see that this fruit is almost a perfect sphere It is about the same size as softball but because of what looks like indentations and knots it has lost its perfect shape The colors of this fruit make it look as though it has been badly bruised Where it once resembled part of a spectrum going gradually from light orange to bright red has now been interrupted by large brown scab like marks I take a closer look and notice what looks like millions of little pores covering every inch of the surface At the center of each pore the color becomes a bit brighter than the surrounding area Upon rotating the fruit clockwise I notice one large gash moving vertically along the side As I continue rotating I count three more scars similar to the first I then look at it from a birds eye view and I become aware of a perfectly round indentation at the highest point of the fruit After a moment of thought I conclude that a stem once covered this small opening but because of poor treatment it has been separated from the fruit Blankly staring at the fruit my mind begins to wander When I realize Ive lost my train of thought I again examine the mark left behind by the stem Strangely the fruit begins to take on another image it begins to resemble a large eye The actual cavity becoming the pupil while the slightly bruised area surrounding the pupil becomes the iris
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