A Photo a Week: Dead centre

Going solo

For her challenge this week Nancy at nancy merrill photography  has asked us to showcase our photos where we have ignored the rule of thirds.  Where the subject is dead centre.  I found this duckling taken on New Year’s Day at Cornwall Park.

Soft Petals

And this flower taken in my parents garden last week.

Thanks for visiting.




21 thoughts on “A Photo a Week: Dead centre”

  1. Whenever I get that feeling that yep now is the time to snap, I do. Gorgeous photos, Raewyn! I am particular to you flower one. I really like the way you processed it. Love, Amy


  2. Stunning examples Raewyn. What a cute duckling and the B&W flower is gorgeous! I am not one for these ‘rules’. If I see something looking good in the frame, then I take the shot. 😀 Thanks for sharing hon. ♥

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      1. hahahha! I know that feeling. 😀

        I will for sure hon and I am glad you do. Have lots of fun. 😀 ♥


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