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Record-setting dodge ball game becomes abstract art in Edmonton, Canada

My fellow photo editors and I were debating what exactly the abstract view of this epic dodge ball game reminded us of. Consider it a Rorschach test for the Photojournalism set. In no particular order the results were: An architectural drawing, a microchip, and a disease.  What do you see, and what does this say about us? 

John Ulan / The Canadian Press via AP

Participants throw balls as 2,012 students compete in a game of dodge ball at the University of Alberta Universiade Pavilion, on Feb. 4, in Edmonton, Canada The game attempted to eclipse the current Guinness World Record, which was set by just over 1700 students at UC Irvine last September in California.

John Ulan / The Canadian Press via AP

Participants throw balls as 2,012 students compete in a game of dodge ball at the University of Alberta Universiade Pavilion, on Feb. 4, in Edmonton, Canada.

John Ulan / The Canadian Press via AP

Participants throw balls as 2,012 students compete in a game of dodge ball at the University of Alberta Universiade Pavilion, on Feb. 4, in Edmonton, Canada.