Lesson #16 was more difficult than I thought. I had to keep referring to the book to wrap my mind around which elements were negative and which were positive.
This was a surprise, as I thought I had a good eye for that.
For the sake of speed, I used one of Pam Carriker's templates that are supplied in the book, so this exercise probably looks the most like her example.
This is yet another lesson that I want to try again. I'm happy with the result but I'd like to play with the negative and positive aspect again. I know my work will be the better for gaining the ability to 'see' both negative and positive.