For today’s challenge, Sky Sunday, I have a photo that I really like. The so-called “Frame within a Frame” composition. I’ve had such compositions in other photos see Through the keyhole!
One way to highlight one of the subjects captured is to fit it into a geometric form already existing within the frame. Practically,we extend the area of interest in the photo, without losing the importance of the subject.
The area surrounding the subject can be well defined by framing the subject into a rectangle, circle, or any clear shape made up of existing elements.
This is a photo taken at the Ruins of the Royal Court. Through the window frame you can see the Chindia Park. Bonus … the flying bird! I’m a lucky one!
Are you a lucky person?🙂