What can be said about this photograph of a sculpture by Harry Bertoia that I happened upon at Art Basel? First, the white balance was thrown off by the mixed lighting in the convention center, but that doesn't necessarily do this delicate bronze masterpiece a disservice. The camera imposed tones of green, gold, copper and deep brown, adding interest to the bronze-dipped steel pieces. This was taken with a 50mm lens at f/2.2, isolating a focused layer and allowing the rest of the sculpture to melt into the background. It's hard to get a sense of scale due to the composition: the sculpture could be a single unit of phytoplankton, or a massive diaphanous life form gliding through Space. The actual sculpture is about the size of a dachshund.