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This is a literal interpretation of the composition "rule of thirds" as stated by J T Smith in 1797. On his "Remarks on Rural Scenery" it was written "...a landscape, having one-third of land, should have two-thirds of water, and these together, forming about one-third of the picture, the remaining two-thirds to be for air and sky...".
I used some photographs taken by myself with a point and shoot camera. Cheers all.
neat! i like this. i feel dumb as i don't know what the squares are. i'd even like the circle by itself, larger!