The cemented room has white tiles on one wall and the smaller animal is seemingly coming from another room. The two animals are white in color.
Michael Amick divided the photo into three parts, which include the foreground and the background. The picture depicts a cool environment since the two animals are all alone in the room. In the foreground of this picture, I can see the bigger animal jumping towards the red wall. I can also see its image beneath it. The animal is seemingly closing its eyes and has four legs. I can also see the three red walls and the white-tiled wall on the foreground. The white color of the tiles and the animal suggests peace and hence the cool environment. The red wall signifies danger but there is no conflict in the room and hence peace supersedes danger in this picture. The two colors add beauty to the picture and the animal is seemingly made of limestone.
I can see the smaller animal in the background as well as its image. I can also establish that the four walls are seemingly converging at the background. The small animal is also white in color and only its front legs are visible as it is seemingly coming from another room. The white knob on the foreground of the white wall and the position of the shadows suggest that the white side depicts the roof of the room. Indeed, the animals are few meters from the roof and jumping from one room to another. The position of the shadows of the two animals suggests that the source of light in this picture is at few meters above the animals. Probably, the source of light is an electricity bulb on the roof of this room.
The author uses a red color, which is bright, and a white color, which is calm. As such, the picture suggests a bright and calm life as depicted by the environment. The picture manifests lack of conflict and the presence as the animals jump freely from one room to another. The colors in the picture create a comfortable contrast, which is attractive