My great grandfather took this photograph of the San Francisco Ballet under the Golden Gate Bridge. I think it is an beautiful photo that takes both, the ballerinas and the bridge and together captures the essence of beauty and art that can be discovered in San Francisco. The shot is perfectly set up having the line of ballerinas directly between the nearest and farthest piers and their heads lined up directly below the lowest horizontal bar on the nearest pier. The use of lines is very prominent in the photograph which creates depth. The lines from the bridge leading diagonally from the top left corner to the lower right-hand corner and then the platform on which the ballerinas are standing follows a perpendicular line from the bottom right-hand corner to the lower-mid left side of the frame providing a focus on the line of ballerinas whose heads form a perfect horizontal line across the bottom section of the frame. The fog that frames the photo almost mimics the fluffiness of the ballerina's tutus once again bringing together the city of San Francisco and the arts, in this case ballet.