In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Rule of Thirds.”
Rule of thirds, a guideline, applied to all images including designs, films, paintings, and photographs. The image imagined divided into nine equal parts by four lines, two horizontal and two vertical. This guideline ensures the subject placed off-center and prevents a horizon appearing to divide the image in half.
My three images, each distinct, adhere to the principles of this guideline in their own way. Each draws your attention to the object of interest. The first, is the horse-drawn caleche surrounded by centuries old Quebec city. The second, is the wasp ready to take off in a similar fashion to an American warplane leaving an aircraft carrier. The last image, our attention centers on what the two hands are holding, a part of a hydraulic control system.