It's been so long since I've read the original post, that I had forgotten that we were asked to share our thoughts at the same time we post an image.
We were? I'd rather post an image without commenting, to avoid giving viewers any preconceptions.
So, like...are we supposed to comment about the image, or aren't we? I'm not quite sure how much I want to (or can) say about this.
Well, I recently "stumbled upon" the first post in this thread, from MTimber, the guy who created the thread. When he started this thread, this is what he said:
I thought it would be good to have a thread where we can discuss composition etc.
Offering and sharing tips, techniques and principles.
Also of course sharing videos and links on the subject.
Composition is such a huge part of photography and many of us have had no Art School education at all, so this thread can go a small way to alleviate that.
Post your thoughts, questions and observations and pictures here.
When you post a picture, please explain your compositional thoughts so others understand your image better.
I guess I take this request literally, meaning that he said when you post a picture . . . , not after you post a picture.
I just didn't want to lose sight of the original intent of the OP, and have the thread evolve into something different than what Mark envisioned when he started this whole thing.