present landscape photography, of rushing water and bamboo forests, respectively. Both artists print using the silver gelatin process, with its rich, metallic finish. Levy captures water in many different places, as in Elowah Falls, Oregon
(1986), where it tumbles into a pool in a blur set against the sharply focused background of rocks. In another photo, Golden Gate Bridge #176 (Sailboat & Shadow)
(1994), he depicts the human relationship to water, with a small sailboat on the vast expanse of San Francisco Bay and in the shadow of the towering Golden Gate Bridge. In his large-scale photographs, Kim captures the draftsman-like beauty and variation of bamboo. In Winter Light
, the trunks of the plant act like charcoal lines cut into a snowy forest. In With Moonlight
, the darkened stalks are only barely illuminated, as if their trunks and leaves were powdered with light.