Museum of History #1
Museum of History #1

I placed the dominant half-moon shape within a series of flowing horizontal lines. The three black dots at the upper left were retained to balance the composition.

Museum of History #2
Museum of History #2

Sweeping lines and shapes flow predominantly from left to right, and in the upper right a bright ellipse was kept in the shot to balance the dominant sweeping shape.

Museum of History #3
Museum of History #3

There is a bit of yin and yang to this shot, which was rotated so that the sweep would be upward to the right.

Museum of History #4
Museum of History #4

This is my favourite shot from the Museum of History. Contrasting colours and oriented so that the shapes sweep upwards to the right.

Holocaust Monument #1
Holocaust Monument #1

Vertical shapes set within a blue background.

Holocaust Monument #2
Holocaust Monument #2

Diagonal trapazoidal shapes. The amount of sky was chosen to balance the composition with the predominant concrete.

Holocaust Monument #3
Holocaust Monument #3

Diagonal and vertical lines. The seating rectangles add a focal point at the base of the image and help to balance the light triangle of sky at the top.

War Museum #1
War Museum #1

Very similar to the shot taken at the Holocaust Memorial, we have a bright central line connecting triangles at top and bottom.. The texture of the right wall adds further interest.

War Museum #2
War Museum #2

Basically a strong vertical line, with a dark horizontal line to ground the image at the bottom, and a circle in the upper right to balance the composition.

Multiple Exposure #1
Multiple Exposure #1

A tree in bloom overlaid with a yellow bush. I positioned the shot of the bush so that the yellow would align with the blossoms on the tree.

Multiple Exposure #2
Multiple Exposure #2

A tree overlaid with a field of dandilions that had mostly gone to seed. I find that this composition has a painterly quality to my eyes.

Museum of History #1
Museum of History #2
Museum of History #3
Museum of History #4
Holocaust Monument #1
Holocaust Monument #2
Holocaust Monument #3
War Museum #1
War Museum #2
Multiple Exposure #1
Multiple Exposure #2
Museum of History #1

I placed the dominant half-moon shape within a series of flowing horizontal lines. The three black dots at the upper left were retained to balance the composition.

Museum of History #2

Sweeping lines and shapes flow predominantly from left to right, and in the upper right a bright ellipse was kept in the shot to balance the dominant sweeping shape.

Museum of History #3

There is a bit of yin and yang to this shot, which was rotated so that the sweep would be upward to the right.

Museum of History #4

This is my favourite shot from the Museum of History. Contrasting colours and oriented so that the shapes sweep upwards to the right.

Holocaust Monument #1

Vertical shapes set within a blue background.

Holocaust Monument #2

Diagonal trapazoidal shapes. The amount of sky was chosen to balance the composition with the predominant concrete.

Holocaust Monument #3

Diagonal and vertical lines. The seating rectangles add a focal point at the base of the image and help to balance the light triangle of sky at the top.

War Museum #1

Very similar to the shot taken at the Holocaust Memorial, we have a bright central line connecting triangles at top and bottom.. The texture of the right wall adds further interest.

War Museum #2

Basically a strong vertical line, with a dark horizontal line to ground the image at the bottom, and a circle in the upper right to balance the composition.

Multiple Exposure #1

A tree in bloom overlaid with a yellow bush. I positioned the shot of the bush so that the yellow would align with the blossoms on the tree.

Multiple Exposure #2

A tree overlaid with a field of dandilions that had mostly gone to seed. I find that this composition has a painterly quality to my eyes.

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