Wikipedia defines rule of thirds as:
an image should be imagined as divided into nine equal parts by two equally spaced horizontal lines and two equally spaced vertical lines, and that important compositional elements should be placed along these lines or their intersections.
So as part of the WordPress Daily Challenge of Rule of Thirds here are two photos, nature oriented, for the challenge:
I am trying to decide which of these 4 photos to submit to a national contest. Would you help me by commenting on which is your favorite?
After The Shower
Double Bloom Gerbera
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Sit With Me
Photos by our daughter, Lauren. She is fabulous! Maybe we’ll go on photo adventures soon!
Sighhhhh… in looking thru photos in my library today I found this overlooked photo of a ladybug and a daisy. I fell in love immediately. Such a great photo with my readiness for Spring to arrive this year!
Cee’s challenge this week is so very appropriate! With autumn here and Halloween today there seems to be a lot of orange out there to share!
I have to admit that Cee does challenge me in her challenges. (repetitive, yes) So this one is about one single flower. If you follow my work you know that I have a LOT of one single flower photos. So I didn’t want to take one of my already done over photos for this challenge but picked out some new ones.
First off the block is one of my favorites. It is a double bloom gerbera daisy that I happened upon at Atwoods at home. It was on a single stem so it should qualify as a single flower, correct? I tried some photo manipulation but it just never looked like I think the flower should so I went with it in natural setting.
Second is one that is a bit on the monochrome side. It is a beautiful rose with colors so soft that you can’t visually always grab the vibrance of them.
Third one is a flower that I have no idea what it is. It was just pretty. The background was desaturated and I opened up the color on the flower.