The Rule of Thirds is a photography concept that puts the subject of the photograph off-center, which usually results in blank space in the rest of the image. If you focus closely on your subject and use a wide aperture, your photograph’s background will also be beautifully blurred in that blank space. The blurred area behind your focal point is referred to as bokeh, and when executed well, it adds depth and artistry to an otherwise simplistic photograph.
This photo is of my husband and in the back ground is the building behind the house, in his village where he grew up. Earlier the building had been used to store farm products like coconut, arecanut, paddy, etc.
The plant, the spider and the spider’s web
The sky, the branch and the bird at the end of the branch