I’d never really thought about the rule of thirds before – it’s a composition tool; breaking your picture into thirds and having the focus of your photograph framed in one of the outer edges or thirds instead of in the centre. To me, some pictures need to be centred, and others do not.
We took a walk in a local nature preserve last week and I took these shots.
I love the birds and always come back to them. Always will. I treasure the moments I spend by the water’s edge, trying to capture them ‘on film’ in all their elements, all their beauty and, thirdly, all their glory.
For more thirds, go to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Rule of Thirds.”