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"Sha Tin" 1994 Andreas Gursky Like his other picture titled "Ratigen Swimming Pool", Gursky forms a picture that seems to split into two scenes, or focus points.  The crowd in the foreground attract attention from what might be going on, but as you move your way up the photograph, you see the landscape with the building and mountains in the back.  I find it interesting that the main attraction of horse racing that pleases the crowd does not draw as much attention but acts as a smaller…

"Sha Tin" 1994 Andreas Gursky Like his other picture titled "Ratigen Swimming Pool", Gursky forms a picture that seems to split into two scenes, or focus points. The crowd in the foreground attract attention from what might be going on, but as you move your way up the photograph, you see the landscape with the building and mountains in the back. I find it interesting that the main attraction of horse racing that pleases the crowd does not draw as much attention but acts as a smaller…

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