Weekly Challenge: Rule of Thirds – Part 2

Perhaps my first post did not quite capture the theme . . . Here; let me try again:

Rule of Thirds

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6 Responses to Weekly Challenge: Rule of Thirds – Part 2

  1. AnnMarie says:

    There’s more to this than what the eye can see.

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  2. disperser says:

    A third of a banana at the Rule of Thirds point, 2/3 of a banana at another rule of thirds point, the knife and rules both crossing the lower rules of thirds points, and, of course, one ruler to rule them all.

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    • AnnMarie says:

      Yes, I did put mental lines on the photo and saw all the intersecting points but I just knew you would have a clever explanation . . . and voila, above it is!

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  3. Very clever and smart!
    HUGS!!! :-)

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  4. oneowner says:

    I’d have to see the proof of calibration on that ruler.

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    • disperser says:

      The calibration does not matter . . . even if it’s off, a third of the whole is still a third.

      However, that is actually something I have from my engineering days . . . printed on plastic sheets, these rulers make it easier to mark up curved surfaces. Plus, you know, it’s transparent. A useful thing that.

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