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The rule of two thirds
Bang-in-center horizons are more often than not boring. Search for a focal point in the landscape & give it prominence by shifting the line of horizon to include a larger area around it. This could be a boat in the water or clouds in the sky or a group of animals or natural geometric formations or a bunch of floating leaves as shown in the accompanying photograph. An off-center horizon also gives a feeling of greater depth-of-field. Wide-angle lenses are excellent for creating such pictures.

The rule of two thirds
The bright green leaves of Nympoides indica floating on a much darker background forms a perfect subject for a picture. The blue sky with a generous sprinkling of white clouds adds to the beauty of the landscape. Observe the line of horizon (in this case the treeline on the farther bank of the pond). By moving it in the upper half of the picture I was able to include more of the floating vegetation, thereby adding more texture and depth to the image.