An Apple A Day Keeps Obesity Away!

"I think its an extra incentive to buy healthy fruit when it goes towards obesity research, well for me anyway" says eighteen year old Wollongong University student Blake Stanbridge.

“I think its an extra incentive to buy healthy fruit when it goes towards obesity research, well for me anyway” says eighteen year old University of Wollongong student Blake Stanbridge.

University life has its temptations. Many students succumb to buying their lunch and with this unhealthy eating habits can arise. With options of greasy hamburgers, salted chips and crunchy chocolate bars, ‘Panizzi’ is a cafe’ that attempts to set itself aside by promoting a healthy university lifestyle. A new pile of crispy, green and red apples can be seen placed upon a polished wooden barrel each day. As Blake ponders at the showcase of apples, he wonders whether his fellow students will choose to eat as he does, or take the easy road and find a greedy vending machine.

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One thought on “An Apple A Day Keeps Obesity Away!

  1. francescaklutke

    I like the title, it invites a closer look at the content of the caption, which is engaging and asks a seemingly pertinent question. However, the composition of the photo (rule of thirds – what are we supposed to be focusing on?) and the quality of the picture itself, (it seems washed out – too much light) as well as a busy background seem to take away from the purpose of the image. In the caption you state that the subject is pondering – this could possibly have been made clearer with a closer shot or a different angle. I’m no expert, but I hope this feedback is helpful.

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