For example, this one which appeared in the TREUTLEN E-NEWS.
It follows the "rule of thirds" of composition: Divide the viewing frame into thirds (looks like a tic-tac-toe puzzle).
Notice the lines: Vertical tree trunks in the top third, diagonal ditch and shadows in the bottom two thirds.
Deer looks clean. No clutter in sight.
Nice triangle keeping attention inside the frame: Mitchell's face to Marley's face following arm and antlers to deer face and back up to Mitchell's face.
Side lighting a plus, brings out shapes.
Feel the season, clear blue sky, sharp sunlight, leaves and grass of the yard, yellowing of the woods.
Can't you just feel it!
My aim is to help people to understand and use photography just as they do with spoken and written words.
Comments and discussions appreciated.
William A. Ricks