Among them is that capturing quintessential images of subway disappointment - in a system seemingly awash in them - was not easy.
At one time forming a border of France, in the 19th Century the valley became part of Prussia and its landscape became the quintessential image of Germany.
Some markets are wholesalers, while smaller Chinatown grocers and markets are often characterized by sidewalk vegetable and fruit stalls, a quintessential image of many Chinatowns.
At the Carnegie Museum of Art, a series of paintings by Aaron H. Gorson capture what many people still consider the quintessential images of this city that industry built.
The quintessential image in the coverage may belong to Willard Scott.
This aim is achieved in Birthday Party, in which both black and white children dance, while mothers cut cake in a quintessential image of neighbors and family enjoying a special day together".
In Spain, Chinese immigrants tend not to form separate neighbourhoods (the quintessential image of a Chinatown) but live in areas mixed with other immigrants.
Pick a leaning palm, or two, or three, and capture the quintessential tropical image?
In the film's early stages he presents the quintessential image of a crisp young executive, self-assured on the outside even though he has a psychiatrist who calls him "Mr. Hyde."
Without doubt he was one of the real 'characters' to survive the war and to many the quintessential image of a Battle of Britain fighter pilot, complete with handlebar moustache.