In this image we see death personified. It stands as a skeleton, wrapped in a cool colored robe, holding a stick. Death approaches a family, consumed by and embracing life. The 'pool' of individuals on the right shows all aspects of life: A baby, a young child, a man a woman etc. But death is unavoidable for all of these moments in the cycle, shown by death watching over them all, waiting. Color plays a big role here, with all ranges of the spectrum enveloping the people, expressing their diversity, originality and breath. Death is cold, dark, and somber with it's heavy use of blue. The shapes on the right side are very different from one another with more than one shape while death's robe is repeating a pattern of crosses, telling us that death is always the same for everyone, regardless of who they are or what they do.