The snow and resulting snow-days this past week offered an excellent opportunity to explore through my camera lens. My subject was beautifully lit, yet a world blanketed in white doesn’t offer the most vibrant or colorful picture. On the contrary, the monochromatic nature of a snow day lends itself quite nicely to a study of shadow and contrast. Not distracted by color and excess noise, our eyes are free to explore simple geometry and plays of light. Who knew there could be so much going on in a white world?

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By Aniqa Rahman

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Aniqa (pronounced On-eh-kah) is a perfect, pleasant and phenomenal photographer for The Rock and Bearing News. But all alliteration aside, Aniqa is one of the most amiable people around. Her smiles are infections, her sense of style is pulchritudinous, and her many talents are just plain precious. She can cut hair like no other and sing and dance at the same time, which explains why our beautiful belle is in show choir. And if singing and dancing isn't already quite the mix, Aniqa can also play the ukulele, guitar and piano (though not at the same time). She loves to hike, and is in the recently resurrected True False Film Club. If you see Aniqa in the hallways, don't be afraid to give her a hearty "Bonjour!" (yes, she'll understand since she's also in French Honors Society), because you'll receive in return a beautiful smile that will definitely make your day.



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