Color is the most important element in this photograph as well. There are only two colors here – the brownish statue and the softly shadowed blue wall behind it. The sculpture portrays a reflective mother carrying a child and the blue wall gives such reflection a cool context. La Boca is a popular neighborhood in Buenos Aires, largely because of the primary colors used to paint its buildings. I made this image because of the color contrast and the flow of light and shadow on that color. Together, they give both art and setting a sense of place and purpose.