My Daily Fun Blog - Leading Lines

Leading lines can be used to take the viewer's eye into your photograph and lead them to the subject of the image. In this case, I used the clouds to take you from the foreground of the photo to Mount Washington, which lies in the background. You can find the mountain by having your eye following the lines. The light in the trees will also take you the subject of this image, but the journey will be a bit slower.

This image is a 5-shot panorama that was made at the scenic area on Route 16, just north of North Conway, New Hampshire.

Until next time...

Mount Washington - Leading Lines