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Greatness is not something given it is something earned It sets someone apart from the rest apart from what people call normal Greatness can symbolize who someone is by a person simply by performing whatever makes them great There are no standards on what can be called great our imagination leaves us with endless possibilities Greatness has a reputation to be set aside for the specialists the experts when truly greatness is in all of us it just needs to be discovered Subject purpose composition and structure is what the creator of this text mainly used to portray what he wanted to say through this photo The creators main purpose of this text is to give people hope that they have greatness just like the little boy When finding something so amazing it wont come easy it must be conquered it must be worked for Greatness cannot truly be defined through words but through the eyes of the foreseerThe text I chose symbolizes something truly amazing a child no older than ten getting ready to jump from what looks to be a platform high above an in ground pool The text tells the reader through emotion what the subject is The lifeguards below give us and the boy a sense of danger His hand is placed behind his head a sign of nervousness Also he looks down as if he were looking down from a skyscraper But the angle of the camera behind the boy lets the reader know the boys not turning back and he has no intentions of turning back either One might say the boy is finding his greatness I dont know any seven to eight year olds jumping from that height into a pool of water thats just one thing that will set him apart from the rest In 15 years he might be jumping off a cliff twisting into a small pool of water far below Without even focusing on
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