Sue’s challenge this week is “Bisect” where we want something in the photo to divide it, preferably in halves or in distinct sections. I rarely take photos with a middle divide, preferring the “rule of thirds” but I came across some that suited the challenge this week:
Stadhuis (Town Hall), Grand Place, Brussels
A scene in Amsterdam, the tree bisecting nicely
A Cornet, seen in an exhibition in Rosenborg Castle in Copenhagen
The view from Sacre Coeur, Paris
A bit more than bisecting in halves but I like it
Panmuir Island Lighthouse, Prince Edward Island, Canada Bisecting vertically and horizontally
Bath Abbey Quire, with the “vanishing point” giving the illusion of halves.