This picture caught my attention because it reminded me of an old gothic horror film. I pictured the man in this photograph (clearly the focal point of the painting due to his darker appearance in comparison to the rest of the sepia-toned photograph) as Dracula... especially with the photograph titled "The Vampire." I also found the architecture of the building quite fascinating due to its beautifully sculpted stonework. In regards to form, this photograph is special because there is so much going on in the photograph (the city below, the extravagant building, the huge sculpture, the dark-clothed man), and yet the entire piece works together to tell a story about this "vampire" whoever or whatever it is. The stone railing does a magnificent job of pointing the eye towards the subject the photographer is trying to focus on: in my opinion, the man. It's a beautiful piece that deserves to be in a museum.