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Light through yonder

"This is what I am going for with my design; the idea of light casting shadows of a beautiful pattern" This photo is just brilliant.

photo-reactive:  ““Fred Stein, Times Square Rainy Day, New York, 1949.  ” ”

photo-reactive: ““Fred Stein, Times Square Rainy Day, New York, ” ”

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I chose this photo because of the use of line. The stairs creates a pattern that is disrupted by the subjects in the photo (the people).

Brooklyn Bridge, 1903. Gloria Swanson, New York, 1924. Drizzle On Fortieth Street, New York, 1925. Edward Steichen (1879-1973) is unquestionably one of the most prolific, versatile, influential, an…

Edward Steichen, 1879 – 1973

another yiheyuan series, special thanks to for his idea. for another picture here is the

The water reflection in this picture is what truly makes this photo appealing. The design of the bridge allows the reflection to create a complete oval, balancing the photo.


I adore black and white photography. There is such an innocence to it that covers all of the colorful flaws of a colored image. The asymmetrical line that is created in this image by the boats sail and water reflection is what caught my eye.