Coin de la rue de Bièvre (1924) is a photograph of another street in Paris. It looks like it was just raining with the reflection of light off the ground. The overexposure of the light on the ground and the sky give off an energetic and lively feeling. In the foreground are wooden carts on the sides of the street. The background contains the buildings on the sides of the street. The messy placement of the carts also suggests livelihood despite the lack of people in the photo. Instead of placing the street in the middle of the photograph, Atget has the street more towards the right, allowing more space for the carts to become the main subject.
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