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weekly photo challenge: rule of thirds



Photo taken in the gardeners’ building in the Melon Yard at the Lost Gardens of Heligan.

Weekly Photo Challenge.


13 thoughts on “weekly photo challenge: rule of thirds

  1. Excellently composed and beautiful in its simplicity. (And I want that chair…)

  2. Very casual…nicely done!!

  3. I like that plain wall. Your eyes are immediately drawn to the chair. Like it too. 🙂

  4. It was a very plain room, with the bare boards and the hessian mattress, but I liked the light, and the simple chair sitting there by the window.

  5. Beautiful, Elaine! Simple but so effective 🙂

  6. Lovely picture – beautiful lighting, simple and expressive. The picture leapt out at me because I love that place – I go there every time I get back to see my parents 🙂 The story of the gardeners at Heligan is so moving.

    • A serendipitious moment I think. 🙂 I love Heligan – I think it might possibly be one of my favourite places. I’ve been three times now, and will happily go again and again. The story of how it was discovered is great, but the melon yard, and the story of the gardeners was particularly poignant this year on the anniversary of the start of WW1.

      • I went there for the last time in August with my parents, sister, niece and Little My – MMD (my Dad) loves the place and knows it so well I suspect he could make his way around with a blindfold. BS (Big sis, huh, not the other word) and I spend all our time running around taking photos and have decided that we will return together for a photography blitz.

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