Grass Against Sea by Edward Weston (1937)

The photograph titled “Grass Against Sea” was taken by the artist Edward Weston in the year 1937. It features a close-up view of tall grass blades in the foreground, which are crisp and highly detailed, set against the backdrop of a calm sea that meets the horizon in a smooth line. The contrast of the textures is striking, with the soft uniformity of the ocean juxtaposed against the sharp, intricate lines of the grass. The sky is not visible in this composition; the focus is solely on the interaction of the natural elements of the earth and water, with the grass silhouetted against the vast expanse of the ocean.

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