Recently I read an opinion piece titled "The End of Courtship?" By Alex Williams on the New York Times online website that caught my attention. The author describes how today's dates are started with meek text messages and Facebook posts and social media outlets rather than how it was several years ago when men actually had to make an effort to ask a girl out. He states that nowadays relationships have turned into casual hook ups and have lost their importance in today's young society. Williams uses pathos to support his claim in paragraph 4 when he says "Dinner at a romantic new bistro?
I selected the hunter in the trees because I really enjoyed how if you just take a glancing look, the hunter disappears. But if you look really close to the photo, then the hunter shows up. And I really liked how the details of the trees and the ground showed up so well that you could really get the feeling of the surroundings of the hunter.