My example response: Henri Cartier Bresson
Pattern / Texture: The repeating vertical lines of the railing and slanted lines of the staircase leading down the steps all lead your eye to the bicyclist, the main subject.
Leading line: The top of the railing leads your eye down the stairs to the bicyclist. The curb of the street also moves your eye right to left, following the pathway of the bicyclist.
Light/Value: The railing and bicyclist are a darker value than the rest of the image, thus creating an emphasis on those subjects.
Point of View: You as the viewer are looking down the stairs at the main subject creating a birds eye view. The small size of the bicyclist draws your eye to the subject.