A UK blogger-photographer ismall was kind enough to cue me to an online article about Henri Cartier-Bresson's concepts in photography, particularly in composition. There are lots of pointers in it, reminding me of some similar materials I have read in my journey of photography. Some of the ideas are familiar to me, but a constant review of what's in stock always stands one in good stead. If you are yet to study the mastery of composition, this one can make the best starting point.
Today's shot may sort of echo a point revealed in the article: finding a likeness. I didn't really look for a scene for that purpose but just stumbled upon this scene when I was out shooting. While on the phone, I snapped the shot single-handedly. This is not to say that I felt smug but may demostrate that with practice these techniques will become less fussy and tedious than they sound on paper. Once internalised, they give the photographer a practical foothold to work out the shots, probably fave ones. I like this shot anyway.