Bologna style by Domenico Di Carlo on Writing prompt: James had saved money all summer to buy the bike; his dad was surprised to find it, still leaning against the stone wall, just as James had left it the night before.
This is an example of symmetry. I really like this photo because it is in black and white the fog in the background adds some depth to the picture. The arch of the bridge is symmetrical on both sides and creates a frame around the picture.
You can choose to live your life with the joy of the front row or solemness of the third row. The choice is yours. That's me in the front row with my joy. Those are my coworkers in the third row. Every day is a struggle to keep them from killing my joy.
The halls of this building represent contrast. This hall is dark to begin with. And the windows provide the light and makes this photo unique. The other element that makes this different is that it was taken in black and white.
life: “Alfred Eisenstaedt’s photograph of a sailor kissing a woman in Times Square, after news broke of the Japanese surrender in World War II, has lived a storied life since it was taken over 70 years ago. Often called “The Kiss,” it remains the.