The beauty of Princeton is undeniable. Each architectural triumph, each blossoming tree attests to the artistry innate in our campus. But some corners are less explored, some sights less seen. A passerby may not notice a streetlamp's soft, wondrous light, may not notice the brilliant glint of the sun off a rooftop. In this essay, we explore the subtle framings of light, color, and tone that only Princeton can offer. View the full essay here.