This picture is an example of leading lines because the boardwalk is leading further into the picture.
Such an odd image. I can't tell if its distorted in the glass or if it would simply appear this way with how everything is positioned. I want to draw it, but I can't imagine the doing the multiple layers of value formed by overlapping glasses.
Minor White: Untitled, Dark Canyon Lake, La Sal Mountains, Utah, 1967 (patterns/lines)
The things you see in life are made better with macro photography. What we capture with it has everything to do with taking the time for things. Don't rush: it's exactly what we need to remind us we're here only to live and find joy in what we love.
ASS2: Rhythm: a) The use of lines and the repetition of the beams make my eyes continuously follow down the centre towards the end of the beams. I think the use of rhythm is used successfully in the image because of the you view the image as well as the proper use of principles and elements. photographer: Raed Yahya Al-Banna