Photo of the Day August 15, 2014

Photo of the Day August 15, 2014

Today's Photo of the Day comes from our Flickr group and, sadly, doesn't include much in the way of EXIF data, but it does do something interesting. This is an example of a landscape photo that disregards the venerable rule of thirds and instead opts to split the frame almost exaclty in half. Some will tell you that splitting the frame is a bad idea, but this one has a lot going for it. The V created by the mountains is reflected by the water and creates leading lines drawing you directly the center of the image, which encourages you to explore the photo. The variety of textures and colors is also excellent. You can see more of the photographer's work here. If you want your own work considered for Photo of the Day, join up with our Flickr Group!Flickr User: MaroonBells2

Today's Photo of the Day comes from our Flickr group and, sadly, doesn't include much in the way of EXIF data, but it does do something interesting. This is an example of a landscape photo that disregards the venerable rule of thirds and instead opts to split the frame almost exaclty in half.

Some will tell you that splitting the frame is a bad idea, but this one has a lot going for it. The V created by the mountains is reflected by the water and creates leading lines drawing you directly the center of the image, which encourages you to explore the photo. The variety of textures and colors is also excellent.

You can see more of the photographer's work here. If you want your own work considered for Photo of the Day, join up with our Flickr Group!