This is an image taken by Jon Naar a British- American Photographer/Author. In this image we have the typical New york neighborhood landscape made of towers, transportation and pedestrians. Three elements jump out as soon as one lays his eyes on the photography. The first element is the shapes as almost everything represented in the picture is either rectangular or squared such as the building, the roads, the train, the window etc. The second element is the horizontal and vertical lines, which, gives one the illusion of volume in this case. The last element is the color, most colors in the photography are grouped on one side of the spectrum, the combination of brown, light brown, beige give a peaceful but also almost inactive/dead vibe to the picture. The red train become the center of attention of the picture and emphasizes the message written in graffiti style on it.