One of the most popular rules in photography is the Rule Of Thirds and Power Points (not Microsoft®), and today's work is an example of those put into action. You can readily see that the foreground lies in the lower third of the frame, the mountain in the middle third, and finally followed by the sky in the upper third. Also note that the vertex of the angles formed where the fence sections meet are on power point locations in the frame. The top of the mountain also lies on a power point. The painting like finish gives a nice texture, and adds a little drama to what would have been a very boring cloudless sky.
Will this work win any print competitions? I don't think so, as a matter of fact I doubt it would even merit. But creating works like one you see here let's me explore. I get to work with shapes and textures. My imagination and creativity can lead me to places I have never been.
Hope you enjoy!