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Week 11 : Rule of Thirds
A fairly basic application of the Rule of Thirds, and not really a very interesting one. On the other hand, the Cottesloe Pylon is a favourite subject of mine, and it was particularly photogenic this evening with a brewing thunderstorm across the sunset forming the backdrop.
Behind me, there are dozens of other photographers taking shots of the various installations that make up http://www.sculpturebythesea.com/ for 2014.
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Born and raised in the West, grew up sailing on the river and reading of other worlds. Discovered computers too early, and became first an operator, then a programmer, next an analyst, then a DBA, and now a sysadmin.
Spends his spare time play boardgames, KoL (where he is known as The Grey Mauser), kayaking, reading SF&F, RPGing with his friends, and playing the odd round of disc golf.
He also rides a recumbent trike, and has been known to rock-climb, birdwatch, and geocache.
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