Arizona Landscape by Frederick Sommer (1943)

The photograph titled “Arizona Landscape” was captured by the artist Frederick Sommer in the year 1943. This black and white image depicts a rugged outdoor scene characteristic of the Arizona landscape.

In the photograph, we see a dense cluster of desert vegetation and rock formations typical of the arid region. The patterns of light and shadow create a textured appearance across the frame and highlight the different shapes and sizes of the rocks and plants. Despite the lack of color, the detail in the photograph is rich, allowing viewers to appreciate the complexity of the natural landscape in Arizona. Due to the monochrome palette, the focus is on the interplay of light, the forms of the landscape, and the distribution of objects, which altogether create a tapestry of natural elements interacting with one another.

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