I just really liked the shape of the distant island through the mist. Unfortunately, I didn’t have a longer lens – it would have been nice to have been able to ‘zoom in’ on just the island, sea and sky (don’t think my file has enough pixels to make it worthwhile as it is). Fortunately, I managed to position myself using the usual thirds compositional guidelines. I was going to clone the bird out (maybe just a dot to you but it has a nice stylistic curve in a larger image), but for me it’s essential to the image.
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I do like the island in the mist.
My hubby has already asked me why my photos are rarely centered 🙂 and I taught him the rule of thirds. It is never too late to learn…
True about learning!
I see your point about the bird…
there’s a nice visual triangle between it, the island and the boat, isn’t there?
Without something to link the two halves of a picture, no matter how small/irrelevant it is, it might as well be two images. Had I the right lens with me, it would have been one – of the island. 😉
Love this one! You have to stop and look at it to get all the details.