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Yosemite Valley Bridge

This photo is wonderful because the reflection in the water and the Bridge that is directly in the middle makes the composition perfect.

Central park Bridge

The water have some reflection, but not clearly. This photo is still interesting because everything in this photo looks calm and very quiet just like Ansel Adams version. The color of the bridge seems to have the same tone as in Ansel Adams photo. The shape of the bridge is exactly the same, its just a different sizes.


Boulder Dam Electrical wires of power unit in Arizona/Navada

I love this because the way the shadows hit the power wires and it gives the view a very dangerous, do not enter look. it doesn’t invite in. it gives warning feel to it.

Central Park Gardens

I like how this photo is inviting and it is the opposite from the boulder dam because you see the same and the shadows at the same time and it more relaxing.

Dogwood Blossoms 1939

This photo seems like it was set up like this and i think it was set up sitting the wood or rock is very interesting composition.

Central Park Garden

The shape of the flowers and the color and the way it was arranged gives it a natural look.

Grass and Rain 1948

The grass is very wet. He wanted to get up close so you can see the details of the wet grass. The photo is so close I can actually feel and smell the wet grass.

Central Park Dry Grass

My version is the opposite and the feeling of dry and warm breeze blowing the grass in many directions. I wanted to get up close just like Ansel did  and just by looking at it, you can feel the grass on your face.

Grand Tetons National Park

Ansel Adams version is way better because he catches the mountain view and this helps makes the photo into a complete composition. the S shape river stream cuts into the photo makes you wonder where is it going.

Crouton Point Park pathway

In this photograph, I took this photo while I was mountain bike riding and i though the S shape road was interesting. It’s a great way to look at something and wonder how far does this road take?