Use of the Rule of Thirds

Josh Briscoe

The hydrant is in stark contrast to the natural environment surrounding it, due to its placement in the left side of the photograph. The "empty" space of the ground and plants supplies this contrast.

This photograph has the ability to "say" something. For example, it can be analyzed in such a way that there is a conflict between man and nature (thus, the hydrant surrounded by plants). It can also represent urban decay. Both cases are brought to the viewer by the contrast created by the Rule of Thirds.

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